At 106th Science Congress in Jalandhar, Tamil Nadu scientist questions fundamentals of physics, wants to name gravitational waves after Narendra Modi.
Jalandhar: When Kanan Jegathala Krishnan took the stage on the second day of the 106th Indian Science Congress in Jalandhar Friday, he was to deliver a talk on Einstein’s theories.
Instead, Krishnan, who claims to be a senior research scientist at the World Community Service Centre at Aliyar in Tamil Nadu, spent a considerable amount of time hyping up his own ‘achievements’ before going on to denigrate the very theories he was to explain.
“The present understanding of physics will be destroyed once my theories are proved,” said Krishnan.
And he was just getting started.
Krishnan went after Isaac Newton, saying the English physicist had little understanding of gravitational forces.
“Newton was not able to understand gravitational repulsive force, which is why he was not able to answer most questions related to gravity,” the professor said. “His calculations were perfect but there was a problem in his theoretical physics. I have been able to solve these theories.”
Newton, according to Krishnan, wasn’t the only one with little understanding of physics. Albert Einstein, he claimed, had misled the world with his theory of relativity.
The researcher said it was because of the self-compressive nature of space that things move at a particular speed and not due to gravity.
“Space is heavier than the sun and every other planet and hence compresses all the planets. Equal pressure is applied to them, which is why they are moving,” Krishnan said. “The quality of space is self-compressive, which is something that Newton and Einstein could not understand. Einstein did not guide the world in the correct way.”
Krishnan claimed to have shared his theory of understanding gravity with Stephen Hawking and a number of other leading researchers in the world.
And it wasn’t just the physics pioneers who were his targets. Krishnan claimed that, in the future, Science and Technology Minister Harsh Vardhan will be a bigger scientist than India’s ‘missile man’ A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
Climate change sceptic, Modi, Vardhan fan
Krishnan also questioned climate change and the effect of gravitational force on Earth.
“If there is something like a gravitational force then why does all the water that comes out of melting glaciers not get pulled down by the earth? Why does it get into the land space?” he asked. “That is because gravitational force is not how we understand it.”
Krishnan further said that once the idea of gravity is changed and his theories are accepted, gravitational waves will be known as the Narendra Modi waves and the Gravitational Lensing effect will be known as Harsh Vardhan effect.