Monthly Archives: February 2012

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Written on Feb, 26, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Ocean creature- cuttlefish found in north Manipur

There is some archaeological evidence that the valley of Manipur was once filled with water. The Meitei Puya also mentions that the water in the valley dried up by draining through Chingnunghut ie tunnels through the mountain ranges at Tengnoupal in Southwest Manipur. We believe in science because scientists use logic to make conclusions about the things in existence. No …

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Written on Feb, 20, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Richard Feynman diagram Electron and proton annihilate producing a photon (blue sine wave)

A few years before I published my first book, ‘My Search for God’ in 2003, I studied basic science, philosophy and theology. I never understood Quantum physics. Nor do I understand it now. As I am now studying the workings of the mysterious cosmos, I am realising that I have to understand a bit of the Theory of Relativity, Theory …

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Written on Feb, 17, 2012 by in , | Leave a comment
Photo of Neanderthals at Neanderthal Museum, Krapina, 20,000 years ago. About the time Meitei ancestors came to settle in Manipur in their clothes

After having seen recently BBC footage of some naked tribliving in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil I wondered how long had the Meiteis been wearing clothes? When I was in class IV in school in 1945, I remember a teacher explaining in a Meiteilon lesson why we wear clothes: we wear clothes to protect us from hot and cold and …

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Written on Feb, 14, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Early human migration through Northeast of India – some settled in the Khasi hills

The African origin of modern humans is the most widely accepted model in scientific and paleoanthropological circles (Lahr and Foley 1994). The modern apes are not our ancestors. They share the same ancestor as human beings. That is why they cannot evolve into human beings. The hypothesis that humans had a single origin was noted by Darwin as far back …

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Written on Feb, 13, 2012 by in , | Leave a comment
Because the Meiteis like other Orientals & unlike Caucasians, long preferred a "hairless trait"

The Meiteis like other humans split from the chimpanzees and evolved into a more human-like form known as Homo ergaster (more ape-like than man) 1.7 million years ago. They left Africa 50,000 years ago. In the beginning of human evolution there were two types of apes: the lazy ones and the adventurous ones. The idle ones evolved into the present …

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Written on Feb, 02, 2012 by in | Leave a comment
Yin and Yang of Taoism

Tao and Zen In the West except in America, more and more people are losing faith in the Church and the Bible. They are turning instead to mysticism or spiritualism. People are losing faith in the Christian religion so fast that a recent research book ‘Predicting Religion’ by Prof Linda Woodhead and Prof Paul Heelas, both specialists in religion at …

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