As I said to my Indian friends at the time, it cannot be Vedic.

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I love listening to music as well, not so much TV though. It is cool… how much mathematical knowledge the ancients attained. You should google on “rocket propulsion” and get some extremely basic knoweledge before asking this kind of question.Anyway, chemical rockets generally use a fuel/propellant mix (i.e. the fuel is the propellant). They knew much for their time”.

My calculator can do that just fine… that’s the problem. There’s so much to do, so little time. If you wish to know more about this history I strongly recommend Georges Ifrah’s masterly The Univeral History of Numbers: From one to zero.It might sound as though I am rubbishing the entire ‘Vedic Mathematics’ thing but I’m not.

My calculator can do that just fine… Nowadays we over complicate everything and in turn think we are smarter because of it.I am a follower of eastern ways but have never heard of this. This is not because the gases are pushing against the air but because they are pushing against the bottle, which in turn pushes against the skateboard. Shake up the coke, and place it on the skateboard.

Thanks. Hmm, I guess it’s own exhaust ? Then again space is not really a vacuum as much as one thinks. You move yourself forward by throwing mass away from yourself. As I said to my Indian friends at the time, it cannot be Vedic. Originally Posted by Dywyddyr To be fair, it wasn’t in Pseudo until after that post was made.I saw that (because of the lost posts) it was now “current” and Pixi got his/ her post in before I moved the thread. i kinda knew that, what im really getting at, could any heat soure work?

If your getting at what does it push against. That’s what happens when you read posts by cranks. The Man Who Patented the 20th CenturyThe Nikola Tesla Inventor’s Club is a non-profit organization ofAmerican and Serbian-American inventors who works on promoting thelife, legacy and work of Nikola Tesla.Among Tesla’s many inventions, he had plans for unlimited energy andwas well ahead of his time.If Tesla were around today, the severity of our energy crisis wouldlikely make people listen to his ideas.In the same way that our oceans are abundant in gold, the air containsenough energy to make electricity the type of common resource thatair, water and sunlight are.Tesla’s biggest obstacle in creating this vision was that no investorwas willing to finance a project which wouldn’t return profits.At our meetings, we discuss issues like the one briefly addressedabove and we share our knowledge of Tesla, physics, energy,electricity andOur meetings
are held once per month at the Free Library ofPhiladelphia’s main branch.look at www.ntesla.meetup.com/38/ for more information about our meetings.In addition to our meetings, we also organize monthly socialfunctions, watch movies about or involving Nikola Tesla and share ourcommon interests.We are always looking to include more Tesla enthusiasts, inventors andthose curious about the life of one of history’s biggest mysteries.At www.ntesla.mettup.com/38/ you are able to suggest topics.We also are always looking for people with expertise in a certainfield to give presentations.If you are a fan of Tesla, come out to a meeting.I’m still only beginning to learn this system of math, but so far it is certainly far more efficient than the mathematics taught in the West. It isn’t, strictly speaking, mathematics in all, but a very small part of it – arithmetic.3.

Indian arithmetic is without question a glorious and often under-appreciated aspect of Indian culture because it was the Indian mathematicians who developed the idea of the number 0 to its current form, and hence gave us our modern number system and modern arithmetic. Originally Posted by Ethelforthchardleofu *btw do you know Pi (3,1415926) is wrong? No, I do not know this. The era of great lies and deception. Related Discussions:Why is Religion attributed to God or Gods?flag deciphering?Chelation therapywho is in controlDid the ancient Indians know about all the planets in our solar system?Mayans and 2012.Mathematics-(views)What inspired you ??apparently it’s magicis this helpful?

I love Vedic Mathematics and it is muchmore coherent, elegant, intuitieve, creative then the dumbeddown system of conventional mathematics.So, you haven’t researched it then? Right? You can do a lot more, algebra, calculus, sqauring, square root, cubing, and so on and so forth.* Just for comparison, how do you calculate 1/19 in the conventional way?* And how, in the conventional way, do you get the line between the two points (9,17) and (7,-2)* With Vedic math you can find out there is an underlying periodic repeating rhytm within the Fibonacci sequens.*btw do you know Pi (3,1415926) is wrong?*Do you know Vedic Mathematics is used in the field of ICT?good time to be alive!

My only problem with it is that you don’t learn what is happening mathematically, you just learn how to get the answer, but you don’t have to know WHY you get the answer. welcome del :-D I love family guy too =) Have you ever seen “king of queens”? it’s the best The only thing the tutorials seemed to cover was crafty ways of doing arithmetic in specific situations. Sometimes it feels as if we’ve gone backwards in time Considering our most complex concepts and advanced problems in number theory and complex analysis will probably be easy or intermediate level math by then.P.S. Welcome to the forum. It is amazing how much the ancients were able to accomplish with such simple systems of thought.

My calculator can do that just fine… The heat source and the propellant are totally seperate.All you need for any rocket is hot stuff (hotter the better) efficiently directed out the back end. (that’s what the bell thingy does on rocket engines. Originally Posted by Excidium It is cool… how much mathematical knowledge the ancients attained.

They would see this time period as the dark era of human history. I’m sure there is enough particles somewhere in space to push off of. It may well be another way (vide Trachtenberg and other such systems) of making arithmetic easier or more accurate, but I’m not in a position to comment, having long ago fallen into my standard arithmetic habits and being both comfortable and reasonably competent in their use. Then open the cap of the coke.The force of the gases going out the front pushes the skateboard in the other direction. No it is not used throughout India as a teaching method.

I see you’ve been here a week already and am glad we’ve another good natured person aboard. In fact it’s a private enterprise by a bloke who makes money off selling the system (I was recently in Bombay and privy to all the advertising regarding it).2. Especially the Babylonians (they knew the quadratic formula!)Intellectuals in the far future will look back on our relatively ancient societies and think “Incredible. We share many favourite shows though.

It’s just that I do not like inaccuracies and overstatements, particularly in a field as precise as maths.Best regardsshanks Get a skateboard and a bottle of coke. Here is a good tutorial of it.http://www.vedicmaths.org/Introducti…l/Tutorial.asp I just bought the book, Vedic Mathematics, by Sri Bharati Krsna. Hi I m delsin and i love watching TV and listening music all time.My favorite shows are Grey’s Anatomy, Lost, My name is Earl, Family Guy,Prison Break, Charmed and many more.Hope so, i will enjoy here. Rig-veda 72_9. Oki I looked at the OP and it’s from 2009 I just assumed Stop reving such old threads.

The velocity would be determined by the ratio of the mass of the balls thrown to the combined mass of astronaut and remaining balls, and the velocity with which you threw them. BUT, and this is a big but, the Golden Age of Indian arithmetic (and maths, to be honest) was from about 1300 – 1800 years ago, during what is frequently described as the Classic Era of Sanskrit, and therefore post-dates the Vedas by over 1000 years. It makes maximum use of the kinetic energy of the expanding gas). The chemical reaction (say mixing hydrogen and oxygen) results in great heat. That is why this (very old) topic is in Pseudoscience.

Oh my. From what I understand this is the system of math that is taught throughout India today. Especially the Babylonians (they knew the quadratic formula!)Intellectuals in the far future will look back on our relatively ancient societies and think “Incredible. Thank you InSanity for perfectly muddying the waters I was trying to make clear for our young friend! No, there isn’t enough stuff in space to push against.

Originally Posted by TheObserver The only thing the tutorials seemed to cover was crafty ways of doing arithmetic in specific situations. Stop reving such old threads. Originally Posted by Pixi Hello i am from india , i think this is a bullshit . The molecules (propellant) exit the engine and impart their thrust (F = ma) to the rocket.

Basically the hot expanding gas pushes the rocket forward using the old “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction” deal.A nuclear rocket would heat the propellant (hydrogen? Water? Whatever) in the core and expel it out the back. We were introduced to this load of shit when we were in our 6th grade , its looked like a complex process back in those days .Nobody uses it here unless you are one of those type fat dumb looking nerd with glasses …lolThat is not all , i dont even know what vedas means even though i live in india , are they like old stories or something ? This gives the molecules more kinetic energy. Some thoughts on this (and I grew up in India and was taught my maths there).1.

Maths education is not so bad, we just get a lot of idiots posting crap here, thankfuly most are banned… k,what if somthing really hot was on the back of a rocket, would the heat work on its own?now that you’ve explain’d it.. it looks doubtfun It would still work in a vacuum.That is how rockets work.In 1926, the New York Times expressed chortling scorn at Robert Goddard’s ideas of sending rockets tofly in space, as they had the incorrect notion that reaction motors needed air (or something) to react against. Originally Posted by goodgod3rd i kinda knew that, what im really getting at, could any heat soure work? It doesn’t, strictly speaking, have to be hot. Welcome to the forum, Delsin. Related Discussions:Is there insect on the mosquito ?The space program and the futureWing and Propulsion Systemsteleportation is possible!Why propulsion and not repulsion?propulsion system and 3rd Newton’s lawThe Onion DrivePinchoismCould you guess propulsion system type by sound?How can we be sure that Neil Armstrong actually landed on the moon?

Hello i am from india , i think this is a bullshit . It doesn’t change anything except your understanding of numbers. It is still very useful! If you were an astronaut in space, attached to a large bag of tennis balls, you could move by throwing balls away from you.

Related Discussions: Considering our most complex concepts and advanced problems in number theory and complex analysis will probably be easy or intermediate level math by then.P.S. To be fair, it wasn’t in Pseudo until after that post was made.I saw that (because of the lost posts) it was now “current” and Pixi got his/ her post in before I moved the thread. Vedic mathematics was known as triloquoy but they gave it to the hermaphrodites to look after so there wasn’t any generation after to look after it.

Originally Posted by TheObserver The only thing the tutorials seemed to cover was crafty ways of doing arithmetic in specific situations. If not the exhaust introduced would do the trick.How would one push off a wall when the wall doesn’t exist The 0 (zero) as a fully functional number and essential part of the number system, did not come into being until about 600 or so CE. They knew much for their time”. That is how Action and Reaction works. Hello delsin . Oh, wiw.

We were introduced to this load of shit when we were in our 6th grade , its looked like a complex process back in those days .Nobody uses it here unless you are one of those type fat dumb looking nerd with glasses …lolThat is not all , i dont even know what vedas means even though i live in india , are they like old stories or something ? Easy there, cowboy. Have you ever heard of Vedic Mathematics? It’s an ancient system of math from India that was re-discovered in the early 1900′s.

Can you please point out where, the Wiki link that I have provided, gets it wrong.Pi – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A quick trawl (even wiki can help with this), will show you that the Vedas date from about 3000 years before the present (call it roughly 800 – 1500 BCE, with the Rig, or Rg Veda being the oldest).

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