Tyler Cowen is an economist who could grasp the theory of Marginal Utility and its implications for everything under the Sun. That is my kind of guy. Eric Weinstein is a Ph.D. in Mathematical Physics and is currently MD of one of the largest Venture Capital funds in the US.
In a discussion on music, available on YouTube, they said that all the great music at its core was mathematical. That is, it has laws like mathematics, and if the laws are followed, we have the music we call great.
During the discussion, Tyler says that other than Bach’s music, South Indian Classical music is most mathematical, and he immensely enjoys it. Eric Weinstein then says that he enjoys North Indian Classical music more and for the same reason. They then both regret the fact that Indian Classical music has not been discovered by the world.
The Pagans, the Heathens, the Kafirs, the Idolators, the worshippers of 33 crore Gods. By there definition, we should not even exist.
(There is a reason that all that is great about India has not been discovered by the world. First, we were slaves, and the enslavers were actually busy destroying everything that was great here instead of allowing it to become known. And after Independence also, we got rulers who despised everything Indian, and encouraged its destruction. Funded the destruction.
The world is still controlled by the Abrahamics. They may not be in political offices, but they control minds. And according to the Abrahamics, there is nothing good about us, the Pagans, the Heathens, the Kafirs, the Idolators, the worshippers of 33 crore Gods. By there definition, we should not even exist. How can then we create anything if we do not even exist?
And the saddest part is, we are slowly internalizing the poison. Because our तोंदू मठाधीश (Tondu Matadhish) can’t lift a finger in resistance)
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