NASA Founds!!! erratum

Veeranarayana Pandurangi veerankp at IFPINDIA.ORG
Fri Jan 3 03:47:31 EST 2003


----- Original Message -----
From: "Luis Gonzalez-Reimann" <reimann at UCLINK4.BERKELEY.EDU>
To: <INDOLOGY at liverpool.ac.uk>
Sent: Friday, January 03, 2003 5:24 AM
Subject: Re: NASA Founds!!! erratum


> Arthur,
>
> Time since Kali Yuga started           5, 104   years
> Duration of DvApara                  + 864, 000
>                                                       _______
> Time since end of TretA               869, 104 years
>                                                   +
> Duration of TretA                       1 296, 000
>                                                    ________
> Time since beginning of TretA   2 165, 104  years
>                                                    ________
>                                                    ________
>
> So, if 1 700, 000 ago falls between the two dates for the TretA, there is
> nothing wrong.
> "Taken place" doesn't mean either started or finished.
>
> Luis
> ____________________
>
> At 12:30 PM 01/02/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>
> >>Be it whatever, an Adverisement or a real NASA photo ---  what worries
me
> >>here is an apparent lack of precision in reckoning the time of the
yugas.
> >>Why -  if I may ask - should we be satisfied with the statement that
"treta
> >>yuga  was supposed to have taken place more than 17,00,000 years ago"?
> >>
> >>Now, since we live in, roughly, the beginning of 6th M of the kali yuga,
> >>the treta should have started (let me calculate: 5 M for the kali + 864
M
> >>for the dvapara = 869 M) , yes - cca 869 000 years ago. Or do I miss
> >>anything important?
> >
> >Erratum:
> >
> >In place of "should have started" read please "should have ended".
>



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