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  1. Re: What If Germany Had Won WW2

    OK, you had your bomb first and better missiles, even then, they had enough to destroy America.
  2. Re: AW: Re: What If Germany Had Won WW2

    Each other and others, take care, they blew up America (including Pentagon, White House escaped narrowly), Britain, Russia, Spain, and India. Do not underestimate them.

    Yes, America, Britain, and...
  3. Re: What If Germany Had Won WW2

    Nothing much would have changed if Germany would have won the war. The world supremacy does not ever remain with one country. There are always contenders. Today, American domination is contested by...
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    Re: 737 U.S. Military Bases = Global Empire

    Euro is stronger than dollar. Economic situations change. How fast after WWI Germany or Japan became strong? Tomorrow Indian Rupee or Rinminbi could grow strong. I do not say they necessarily will,...
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    Re: Did the Aryans invade India?

    Siegfried, I would write about the DNA and culture change soon (need to search the net for reports I had seen). As for reconciling Aryans from Arctic and no invasion, the only way out is that they...
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    Re: Did the Aryans invade India?

    If you sincerely have a problem, that is perfectly all right; because where there is a sincerity in a discussion, it leads to better understanding and not to acrimony. As our books say, 'Tejaswi...
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    Re: Who are the most Aryan?

    Dr. Wolff, Indians satisfy two criteria, language and religion. Are we sure about the third, physiology? There is no question of a 'claim', at least 15% of Indians are from the Aryan stock. We do not...
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    Re: Who are the most Aryan?

    Excuse my ignorance, but what is 'corded' nordic? Corded pottery? Was this found in Siberian regions also? Any trace of Aryans among Siberians and Russians? Their songs, Saame? You see there are two...
  9. Re: Our existance is paradoxical or non paradoxical?

    Unfortunately not, but we have enough of it in Indian philosophy, if it is that. Schpenhauer is reported to have studied Indian scriptures.

    But is there a difference? 'Brahman' has no 'will', it...
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    Re: Who are the most Aryan?

    You are right, Aryans are already there, jew bashing is a christian trait. There is no space for hate among the Aryans, even the Pakistanis are part of the same underlying substrate, 'Brahman'. It is...
  11. Re: Our existance is paradoxical or non paradoxical?

    I am discussing the properties in another forum (IIDB). One thing seems certain, the energy/substance that constitutes Z is not sentient. It is not a judge. It is not kind or cruel. To attribute...
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    Concept of natural right

    There is only one that binds, 'Dharma'. Protons, neutrons, electrons, Gods, and 'Brahman' also follow their own 'Dharma'. :)

    Really! Of course, animals do not have courts, justice is administered...
  13. Re: Our existance is paradoxical or non paradoxical?

    If we percieve Z, then there certainly is something. What is there is to be debated. We may see a computer, or a flower, that is perception at our level. Go to the levels of electron microscope, you...
  14. Re: Our existance is paradoxical or non paradoxical?

    Thanks for the invitation, Elenor. It is quite simple. I do not believe in any supernatural (including God, soul, karma, reincarnation, or nirvana; words in my culture). I try to go strictly by what...
  15. Re: Our existance is paradoxical or non paradoxical?

    Go ahead, do it, it is a nice idea.
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    Re: Germanic = Thulean?

    The word 'Arya' does not evoke any disrepute in India. It still remains a synonym of gentlemanliness, and was used for elders (No disrepute with Swastika also, always important in life. When my son...
  17. Re: Our existance is paradoxical or non paradoxical?

    Perhaps not, if we involve ourselves in making the best of our situation. There is so much fun around. Only that we should keep to limits of nature and our society.
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    Re: Virgin Mary in Bavaria Starts to Cry

    What have the Germans done now to make her cry?
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    Re: 737 U.S. Military Bases = Global Empire

    I think the bases are a waste of tax-payers money. The bases did not stop N. Korea to get the bomb, the bases did not stop Ortega to come back, the bases do not stop Pakistan to foment terrorism, the...
  20. Re: Our existance is paradoxical or non paradoxical?

    There is nothing paradoxical about our existence, only in the way we percieve it (we percieve quantum fields as people or things). Science is working on the problem of its origins.
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    Re: Theory of Relativity

    The mass increases with the increase in speed, so more and more enegy is required for any further increase in speed. Near the speed of light, mass also reaches infinity. So reaching the speed of...
  22. Re: AW: Re: After Lifetime in Germany, Turks Still Alone and Torn

    That is exactly what I would not desire for my children and grandchildren. I want them to remain Indian. Old man, cannot leave his moorings. My dentist son-in-law mulls relocating to U.S. (Florida)....
  23. Re: After Lifetime in Germany, Turks Still Alone and Torn

    A real problem, one that the migrants do not think about. The children do not remain true to their culture (of taking care of the elders, or marrying in their own community). I was, sort of, glad,...
  24. Poll! Re: Would you adopt a baby from a 3rd world country?

    An Indian would generally adopt children from relatives, or orphanages (skin color, facial features, would be a strong determinants). But more importantly, I resent Indian children being adopted by...
  25. Poll! Re: Do you believe in Reincarnation?

    Should I define God and soul both in one word? Superstition. Really wonder, 44.62% of people still believe in them (I suppose those who believe in soul, also believe in God)
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