Pakistan can wipe out India in few seconds, says Dr Samar Mubarak

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  1. Zarvan

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    ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Renowned scientist Dr Samar Mubarak Mand has on Thursday said that Pakistan’s missile programme is more advance than Indian.

    Talking to 92 News, he said that Pakistan can wipe out entire India from the sub-continent in few seconds, adding that Indian government doesn’t even have idea about the targets of Pakistan’s missiles.

    Dr Samar said that Pakistan has long and short range missiles, adding that Pakistan also have large number of nuclear warheads.

    He said that Shaheen-I has a range of 900 kilometres, while Shaheen-II has a range of 2000 kilometres and Shaheen-III has a range of 2500-3000 kilometres.

    The renowned scientist said that India doesn’t have any other option except to withdraw, adding that India’s all missile experiments failed in Indian Ocean.

    Samar Mubarak said that Pakistan’s missile programme is completely safe.

    http://92newshd.tv/pakistan-can-wipe-out-india-in-few-seconds-says-dr-samar-mubarak/
     
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    Cha Cha Jaan,

    What is meant by "Samar Mubarak said that Pakistan’s missile programme is completely safe." ?? Those Chinese missile will fall on Pakistan itself... since they are made in China...

    Please ask Samar Mubarak to share more information on "India’s all missile experiments failed in Indian Ocean."... Is this the example of Madrassa educated Scientist ??
     
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    Does he know what a 'wipe out' means ?
    Jokers like these are the ones India-Pakistan are still at each others' throats for decades.
    But unlike Pakistan we concentrated on our development and our society matured enough to neglect these kind of stupid rantings.
    I do not want to compare the missile programs of both countries, instead compare with each others' positives and grow.
     
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    Lunatic Science-teat.
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    Great analysis from this obviously renowned and naturally brilliant scientist.
     
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    Does this son a gun know that Pakistan would have disappeared by the time it launches its 10th missile ?
     
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    How is that water car coming along? Samar Mubarak loved his idea. Renowned scientist indeed.

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    A scientist who doesn't understand the 11th Std Physics is a very brilliant one. May Pakistan be blessed with more such scientists.:rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    How long will it take for India to wipe out Pakistan after Pakistan initiate the nuclear war. Does it know that 2/3 of Indian nuclear bombs are outside their missile range, either in the air, soon to be in the sea or far away from their missile range.

    What does that tell you Mr. mad scientist... That your complete destruction is near as soon as you attempt to unleash a nuclear device on India.
     
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    @blueblood....no one can beat this. :rofl:

    '40-engine' planes, ancient surgery overshadows Indian Science Congress, sparks outrage


    by FP Staff Jan 5, 2015

    Aeroplanes existed in India 7,000 years ago and they travelled from not just one country to another but also to other planets, or so claimed Captain Anand J Bodas :rofl::scared2::rofl: in a controversial session at the Indian Science Congress. The retired principal of a pilot training facility attracted criticism from some scientists who said such claims undermined the primacy of empirical evidence on which the 102-year-old Congress was founded. The lecture was presented on the second day of the Congress under the aegis of Mumbai University as part of a session titled 'Ancient Sciences through Sanskrit'.

    Drawing upon the ancient Vedic texts to support the claim that there was flying technology in ancient India, Bodas said, "There is a reference of ancient aviation in the Rigveda."

    He said Maharishi Bharadwaj spoke 7,000 years ago of "the existence of aeroplanes which travel from one country to another, from one continent to another and from one planet to another. He mentioned 97 reference books for aviation." "History merely notes that the Wright brothers first flew in 1904," he said.

    Bharadwaj, who authored the book Vimana Samhita, has written about various types of metal alloys used to build an aeroplane, Bodas said, adding, "Now we have to import aeroplane alloys. The young generation should study the alloys mentioned in his book and make them here,"

    He also spoke of the "huge" aeroplanes which flew in ancient India. "The basic structure was of 60 by 60 feet and in some cases, over 200 feet. They were jumbo planes," he said. "The ancient planes had 40 small engines. Today's aviation does not know even of flexible exhaust system," he said.

    The ancient Indian radar system was called 'rooparkanrahasya'. "In this system, the shape of the aeroplane was presented to the observer, instead of the mere blip that is seen on modern radar systems," he said. Bharadwaj's book mentioned a diet of pilots. It contained of milk of buffalo, cow and sheep for specific periods, Bodas said. The pilot's clothes came from vegetation grown underwater, he said.

    Bodas' wasn't the only controversial paper presented at the session. As this Times of India report points out, another paper pointed out that "Indians had developed 20 types of sharp instruments and 101 blunt ones for surgeries, which largely resemble the modern surgical instruments," while another spoke of how "ancient Indian engineers had adequate knowledge of Indian botany and they effectively used it in their construction."

    The session had courted controversy even ahead of the conference, when Dr Ram Prasad Gandhiraman, a scientist with the Nasa's Ames Research Centre in California, filed an online petition demanding that the session be cancelled because it fused science with mythology.

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    PM meeting with members of the ISCA ahead of the conference. PTI

    The petition said:

    "We as scientific community should be seriously concerned about the infiltration of pseudo-science in science curricula with backing of influential political parties. Giving a scientific platform for a pseudo-science talk is worse than a systematic attack that has been carried out by politically powerful pseudo-science propagandists in the recent past. If we scientists remain passive, we are betraying not only the science, but also our children."

    While there was only one such session, its significance was heightened by remarks from ministers in the Modi government at the conference. For instance, Dr Harsh Vardhan, the Union Minister for Science and Technology Harsh Vardhan, told the Congress, "Our scientists discovered the Pythagoras theorem, but we ... gave credit to the Greeks. We all know that we knew ‘beejganit’ much before the Arabs, but very selflessly we allowed it to be called Algebra. This is the base the Indian scientific community has maintained."

    “Whether it is related to the solar system, medicine, chemistry or earth science, we have shared all our knowledge very selflessly,” he had added.

    In addition to Harsh Vardhan, Union minister Prakash Javadekar, who was chief guest at the event, also commented that "the scientific community gathered at the Congress should pay attention to the source material available in Sanskrit and use it for betterment of humanity," reports Times of India.

    While the claims regarding the value of Sanskrit or the origin of the theorem are not fantastical per se, members from the scientific community were unhappy .

    An Indian scientist from the US who attended the session told TOI, "Knowledge always grows, its flow never stops. So if all this knowledge was available in the ancient days, I need to know where it stopped. Why did it fail to grow? Why was there no advancement? When did it stop?..."

    On Harsh Vardhan's remarks, one maths professor at Mumbai University was quoted by TOI as saying, "We know Indians have contributed to mathematics to a great extent. However, I was surprised to hear what he said. Maybe the way he thinks about mathematics is different than what we academicians do."

    Interestingly PM Modi will inaugurating the event did not speak about ancient science (unlike the Ganesha and plastic surgery remark at the AIIMS conference in October last year) and instead stressed the need for "efforts to ensure that science, technology and innovation reach the poorest, the remotest and the most vulnerable person."

    He also said that, "We must restore the pride and prestige of science and scientists in our nation."

    For all the hullabaloo over the ancient India session, it should be noted that the most sessions at the Indian Science Congress Association's (ISCA) annual event were dedicated to more 'current' topics like Mars Missions, Mathematics and computation, Nutrition and Health, Biotechnology, etc. You can view the full schedule here. But as this Hindustan Times report, points out that this is the first time in the 100 year history of this event that such a session has been held -- and the publicity it has garnered has sadly overshadowed the good work of the Indian scientific community and the ISCA, which has a membership strength of more than 30,000 scientists.

    http://www.firstpost.com/living/tal...-science-congress-sparks-outrage-2029661.html
     
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    @Neo and his famous Pakistani balls, functions only once a month and I here thought you had put me in your ignore list. Why do you keep hiding in your wife's petticoat friend?

    So since you are madarssa "educated", you cannot differentiate between a "renowned scientists" like Samar Mubarak and AQ Khan (father of Islami Atom bum) and a nut job who is not a scientist, Captain Anand J Bodas. :laugh:

    Becoming hafiz-i-science are we? :bounce:
     
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    We can wipe out Mecca in seconds too. SLBM launched from a sub in the gulf of Aden.
     
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    No need, you can nuke Mecca from Goa and boys will be back on the beaches, sipping ice cold beer. :bounce:
     
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    if india does down then pakistan goes down with it
     
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    Iwonder what our submarine commander will do with 24 Balsitic missiles (nukes) with 3500km range and no home to go to (as pak will be wiped out by our land based missiles)
    Whoo should he target
    a) UK
    b) China
    c) Saudi Arabia
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    Antarctica......... i am telling ya, those penguins are upto something.
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    Fuck Antarctica, plus if we blow it up, literally all island and coastal countries are fucked:biggrin2:
     
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    idiotic thread, closing it down.

    It has entertained everybody around here.
     
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