Happy Rainy Day

It is finally raining several times a day. Sometimes it makes traffic stuck and cause delays.

However the rain is welcome after smeltering heat. Cloudy weather is even more welcome as Sun becomes gruesome after rain and weather becomes souna bath causing profused sweating.

It appears the nature is enjoying too. Check this flower:

Rain may be a spoil sports in clod County but in India it is a poetry, especially this drizzling with occassional pause and small droplets in between.

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Chandrayaan 2 launched by India using gravitational pull of Moon.

Who first thought of gravitational pull?

Chandrayan 2 was launched yesterday and it uses the same technology of gravitational pull that was used by Mars mission spcecraft, Mangalyan. The reported mission is stated by ISRO as under:

July 22, 2019 at 14:43 hrs IST from Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota on-board GSLV Mk-III. It will be injected into an earth parking 170 x 39120 km orbit. A series of maneuvers will be carried out to raise its orbit and put Chandrayaan-2 on Lunar Transfer Trajectory. On entering Moon’s sphere of influence, on-board thrusters will slow down the spacecraft for Lunar Capture. The Orbit of Chandrayaan-2 around the moon will be circularized to 100×100 km orbit through a series of orbital maneuvers. On the day of landing, the lander will separate from the Orbiter and then perform a series of complex maneuvers comprising of rough braking and fine braking. Imaging of the landing site region prior to landing will be done for finding safe and hazard-free zones. The lander-Vikram will finally land near South Pole of the moon on Sep 7, 2019. Subsequently, Rover will roll out and carry out experiments on Lunar surface for a period of 1 Lunar day which is equal to 14 Earth days. Orbiter will continue its mission for a duration of one year.

To understand the technique of using gravitational pull, this picture uploaded by ISRO explains better:

Gurdjieff thought about it much earlier.

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Kargil: Remembering victory

Kargil War Anniversary:

Today is 20th anniversary of Kargil war which took lives of 527 brave youth soldiers who ultimately won the Kargil hill back from enemy.

It is also a reminder of madness called Pakistan, created by western block to stall Russia but nurtured like a hound which turned out to be a global university of terror.

Amar Jawan Jyoti or Victory Flame being taken from war memorial in Delhi to Drass in Kargil.

The war goes on. Like it has for last 1000 years. But now we fight who, once our own.

Human madness of war has only one response: war.

Mahua Moitra, a true product of Macaulay’s education system

Mahua Moitra is a first time MP from West Bengal fielded by a fascist corrupt regional party called Trinamool Congress or TMC.

In her maidan speech in parliament she called Narendra Modi or BJP’s government as fascist and narrated several signs of fascism. These are:

unfortunately Moitra picked tha above signs from the same american web site from where I have picked.

Now, there is nothing wrong in quoting others. This is how the entire edifice of knowledge is built but to say that it is spoken from heart is typical Macaulay’s product.

At the end of her speech she even mentioned that ‘her’ points were mentioned in a museum in USA. Note ‘her points’

Macaulay was the person incharge of putting in place the (English) education in India by British in 1860 or so. BTW the Penal Code was also drafted by him. His idea was to create intermediaries through whom to perpetuate British rule over India.

Natives know nothing:

Moitra has demonstrated what is wrong with the mind set of the system. Moitra migrated to USA at the age of 15 where she received her entire education and started career as investment banker. Few years back she decided to plunge into politics, (leaving her American husband back in USA?) in India in the worst party called TMC.
Back to India she retains her mind set of treating ‘natives’ as ignorant fools upon whom she can translate anything from web and shower the ‘natives’ with ‘her’ wisdom. It was possible to say later that she forgot to quote while in Parliament. On the contrary Moitra reietrated in an interview, later that she spoke from her heart.