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Doubt regarding Matam Enduku
« on: April 17, 2017, 08:04:54 AM »
Jai Sai Master,

Babaugariki Namaskaramulu,

Dear Gurubandhus,

I have a doubt regarding a line on 51 page of "Matam Enduku". It says that based on wave lengths of different waves we differentiate them into light, sound and heat. But my memory of physics is that light, sound and heat are waves of different natures altogether and with in each type there are different wave lengths. Please correct me if I'm wrong or please give me some insight into the meaning of the sentence. I am really stuck at this sentence.

Thank you,
Jai Sai Master...
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Re: Doubt regarding Matam Enduku
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2017, 12:51:06 PM »
Jai Sai Master!
Babugariki Namaskaramu!

I will try to answer by sharing what I know.
All are welcome to correct me.
Einstein first proposed 'unified field theory'
All Electromagnetic  radiation has certain characrestics:
We say a range of wavelengths is sound: It is audible to Normal Human Being.
If it is below the lower limit, we can not hear, but a dog can hear.
Same way we say a certain range of wavelength is red light. Below it's lower limit is ' Infra red'.
 It is not visible but it produces heat.
 Above the violet range, light is called 'ultra violet '
That is the basis for Unified Field Theory - All radiation can thus be unified.
Towards the last few years of his life, Einstein started working on it.
Had Einstein been alive, he would have taken it to its conclusion