Are Newton and Einstein wrong? Indian Science Congress

The 106th Indian Science Congress, which lasted five days, opened recently in Jarandal, Punjab, India. Indian Prime Minister Modi attended

the opening ceremony and made a keynote speech, emphasizing that scientific research should be combined with the promotion of social development.

Committed to improving human life style and quality. But the comments of some scientists at the meeting were astonishing. Some even claimed that Newton’s and Einstein’s theories were wrong.

According to media reports such as the BBC and the Times of India, Krishnan, a scientist from Tamil

Nadu, argues that Newton’s and Einstein’s theories are wrong, “although they are both geniuses,

But Newton’s theory can’t answer the question of gravitational repulsion, Einstein’s theory can’t

answer the question of quantum entanglement, and I have perfected their theory through research.

In addition, Krishnan also put forward such strange theories as that the Higgs Boson is not a God particle and that he will be the first person to define electricity. Coincidentally, another scientist from Andra University in India quoted Hindu mythological epics.

Mocha Brado, evidence of stem cell research discovered thousands of years ago in India. He also said that another Hindu classic, Ramayana, mentioned that the Devil King had 24 different types of aircraft, Sri Lanka (the Devil King lived in Sri Lanka) was at that time some airports and other strange stories.

This issue has not only attracted widespread attention from both domestic and foreign media in India, but also triggered discussions on the seriousness of Science in local social media.

In response, the Times of India quoted the Indian Science Congress as saying that the Organizing Committee of the Congress expressed “serious concern” over the above remarks. According to the BBC, there has recently been a trend in Indian science to “integrate” theological religion into scientific discussions.