Hinduism FAILS Richard Dawkins : Quantum Physics for Oxford Physics Society -1of 6

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Hinduism FAILS Richard Dawkins : Quantum Physics for Oxford Physics Society -1of 6by wpjljron.Hinduism FAILS Richard Dawkins : Quantum Physics for Oxford Physics Society -1of 6Jay Lakhani, Head of the Hindu Academy, Education Director for the Hindu Council UK and a Theoretical Physicist, explores the findings at the cutting edge of…

Jay Lakhani, Head of the Hindu Academy, Education Director for the Hindu Council UK and a Theoretical Physicist, explores the findings at the cutting edge of…

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  1. Ms Sandhu16 March, 2014 at 10:13 am

    This professor is making very good points. I don’t think most commentators
    get what he is saying. I hope I find the rest of this speech.

  2. Udeep Shakya10 February, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    Perhaps the best lecture abt spirituality. Although m´pretty sure its not
    Hinduism, but his own religion and philosophy in compliance to modern
    science. And no way, as the title suggests, he failed Richard Dawkins in
    his speech; instead he himself is caught between what is real and what
    isn´t. But still worth listening. Perhaps the only problem in whole video
    is, like other theologists, he uses lack of proof as a basis of supporting
    his own viewpoint, instead of supporting his views with a substantial proof
    in nature itself.

  3. Vinny matharu8 February, 2014 at 8:58 pm

    +Sivaram Gudivaka if prostitution is a sin according to you vadas then why
    all the prostitutes are hindus in india. please answer me
    a question from britain

  4. Sirius Bright29 October, 2013 at 6:42 pm

    If you really want to know more reality of all this issues of Religion,
    language, Sprituality. then hear from ‘Jacque Fresco’ on youtube. He will
    blow up for you all of this with a microscopic detail 🙂

  5. Sivaram Gudivaka29 October, 2013 at 4:18 pm

    brother..In the vedas its clearly mentioned that prostitution is a sin. In
    fact it is one of the “sapta vyasanas”. If sex itself is a sin then homo is
    also a sin. Dont know whats the prob with u. whatever u r speaking has
    really really no proofs and all cooked stories. If a person participates in
    prostitution, then we see him as an ‘ugly’ and ‘disgusted’ person.like
    yaaaakkk…Many yogis exist in secret places who r really ‘supermen’. Jesus
    is also a yogi. Remember.

  6. s chauhan25 October, 2013 at 4:32 am

    comment you made to ashadul haque on this page is right,but your knowledge
    is still limited,you need to explore and study more

  7. s chauhan25 October, 2013 at 4:14 am

    regardless of what we are taught in books,hindus single handedly made most
    of the maths and various sciences,the knowledge they had is absolutely
    phenomenal,they had achieved these thousands of years ago,in other fields
    as well,music art drama literature warfare economics etc they were the
    first and foremost,though credit for thr discoveries is still given to
    greeks euroeans chinese and other

  8. moses ravoori22 October, 2013 at 3:28 am

    Lol ur Kamasatr teaches how to fuck Cow, donkey mothers and sisters…..so
    it is mentioned on ur temples…This is ultimate proof that…Hindu temples
    are prostitue dens…

  9. R Srosh13 October, 2013 at 11:35 am

    ashaduwallahi rahamanu rajeem rakkem

  10. jumajumajei8 October, 2013 at 8:10 am

    This is me minding of my own kind, these things effect even this tribe,
    violence spreads from Israel, etc. in many forms (traumas, attitudes,
    thinking patterns etc.). Resources, land and even lives are being wasted.
    Instead we could share them, and prosper more. We could use some quality
    teaching, of the religions also, how to achieve beneficial results. Of how
    to f.ex. respect and adore women, even if they happen to be the wife of an
    aspect of the Trimurti. The results should matter, transform.

  11. jumajumajei8 October, 2013 at 7:49 am

    Please, lets not mix religion or ancestors in this, yet. 🙂 The point I was
    trying to make was just to suggest that it could be greatly beneficial to
    concentrate on seeing as clearly as possible what effects there are in our
    actions (towards f.ex. success), and what motivations we really have in our
    heart, what do we really need? Love? I’m concerned about this materialistic
    (fundamentalist) western culture, that is being pushed to all over the
    world. Leading to ignorance, neglect, sickness etc.

  12. demetrious collins7 October, 2013 at 11:15 am

    what an ignorant buffon , you should be slain with a trishul

  13. jumajumajei2 October, 2013 at 11:35 am

    What kind of rich, what have been the real effects? Look at the Palestine
    etc. situations, there is very little inhumanity even. How many of them are
    (how deeply, broadly, firmly) happy compared to the living standards?
    Please consider carefully is that all really worth it? For me it looks like
    that thought process or dream leads to have material “success” so one can
    live an even more sick and neglectful “life”, also hurting others in the
    process. There are other options (results) available.

  14. jumajumajei2 October, 2013 at 11:24 am

    Please at least have the decency to mention even one point you’re
    referring, I know this is hard subjects to grasp and to open up to
    consider, wonder and ponder. So even more that kind of verbal abuse
    (stupidity) is not useful.

  15. Vaibhav Phalak30 September, 2013 at 2:59 pm

    rather counting content in his speech, try to find essence of what he is
    trying to say then you will realize greater meaning of what he is saying..

  16. Victoria M30 September, 2013 at 11:03 am

    Waste of time. He is not saying anything, but putting words after words.
    Bloody garbage.

  17. ashadul haque28 September, 2013 at 11:22 am

    333 million good my goodness what is population of Hinduism ? look like
    moor then Hindu Community. its cant be?

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  19. Anup K9 September, 2013 at 5:34 am

    u hv nt said anything new. Rabindranath already explain the difficulties to
    express Experience about Brahma. It is like to explain darkness to a person
    who never saw darkness.

  20. Nokapp2310 August, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    Difference Between Religion and Spirituality: Religion is often about who’s
    in and who’s out, creating a worldview steeped in “us against them.”
    Spirituality rejects this dualism and speaks of us and them. Religion is
    often about loyalty to institutions, clergy, and rules. Spirituality is
    about loyalty to justice and compassion. Religion talks about God.
    Spirituality helps to make us godly. The two need not be at odds.

  21. Bull In The Heather29 June, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    I agree – the scientific method and the a priori theological ‘method’ are
    almost opposites of one another. There is something utterly unreal about
    the idea that a system like religion, which has the disastrous habit of
    building its various superstructures on ‘absolute truths’, has anything in
    common with science, which presupposes that our knowledge will change and
    evolve over time. The only way to new discoveries is to compare what’s
    inside our heads with what’s outside.

  22. harrynaples14 June, 2013 at 10:14 pm

    Whats with all the reconciliation talk, some systems are just incompatible.
    Reality and fantasy are such an example. You can’t reconcile them and once
    you try that’s when you run into problems. When you start to speculate how
    the world could or should be using your fantasy (reality simulator) instead
    of how it is. Fantasy can exacerbate desires and make expectations
    unrealistic. Religion and science can’t hold hands together, as they make
    conflicting claims about reality, it’s disingenuous.

  23. DharmProtectionGroup13 November, 2012 at 2:40 pm

    this guy is very good

  24. Aayush Verma5 June, 2012 at 6:20 am

    a very fresh view.

  25. Music Fan.22 May, 2012 at 8:59 pm

    nice video

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