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    Pages: 246
    Language: English
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“Scientists Greater than Einstein’’ is a brilliant book, absolutely unputdownable. It takes us into the lives of ten great men who made phenomenal life-saving contributions to science. While the title might seem provocative, the message behind it is profound. It is the responsibility of the general populace to keep abreast not only of significant progress in science, but also understand the remarkable men and women who drove that progress. To place Einstein as the only luminary within our easy recall is unfair and beyond a point, ungrateful.

But this travesty is easily remedied, through this book, where you will meet a few awakened ones who go farther and look beyond. They seek to find solutions to problems that afflict a society as a whole. They become Rishis, or Seers. It is their quest to find solutions that enable them to look beyond. Looking beyond becomes possible only when one has a clear understanding of the past and present, governed by the love for the welfare of humanity as a whole.

The modern name for such Seers or Rishis is Scientists. Like there are no temples for the Rishis whose prowess was equal to that of Gods, the Scientists’ contribution is also not well recognized. We do not even know the names of the milk vendor, the paper boy, the children of the servant maid and so many people on whom we are dependent for our daily living. How would we know the role or the names of the Scientists who strive to enhance the quality of our life by trying to prevent death as much as possible, from snatching the lives of fellow humans.

In this book, we walk along with them. We glean their beautiful psyche – always ticking, curious and concerned about the welfare of the society.

Authored by Billy Woodward with Joel Shurkin and Debra Gardon, it was brought into India as an abridged version by Srinivasa K. Rao with Padmavathi Anaparthi. The language is deliberately simple and the style, captivating.

Preview download free pdf of this English book is available at Scientists Greater Than Einstein