New Era of Universal Transmission

Every day sees humanity more victorious in the struggle with space and time. Guglielmo Marconi

If we consider what science already has enabled men to know-the immensity of space, the fantastic philosophy of the stars, the infinite smallness of the composition of atoms, the macrocosm whereby we succeed only in creating outlines and translating a measure into numbers without our minds being able to form any concrete idea of it-we remain astounded by the enormous machinery of the universe. Guglielmo Marconi

Long experience has taught me not always to believe in the limitations indicated by purely theoretical considerations. These, as we well know, are based on insufficient knowledge of all the relevant factors. Guglielmo Marconi

In the new era, thought itself will be transmitted by radio. Guglielmo Marconi

The more I work with the powers of Nature, the more I feel God’s benevolence to man; the closer I am to the great truth that everything is dependent on the Eternal Creator and Sustainer;

the more I feel that the so-called science, I am occupied with, is nothing but an expression of the Supreme Will, which aims at bringing people closer to each other in order to help them better understand and improve themselves. Guglielmo Marconi

Guglielmo Marconi ( 1874 — 1937 ) won The Nobel Prize in Physics 1909 “in recognition of his contributions to the development of Wireless Telegraphy.”


Marconi’s receiver building in St. John’s, Newfoundland

When the ocean liner RMS Titanic hit an iceberg and began to sink on April 15, 1912, Bride and Phillips Continued to send wireless distress messages throughout the unfolding disaster. Eventually, their signals reached the RMS Carpathia, which picked up the more than 700 Titanic survivors just as dawn was breaking. Sadly, Phillips did not survive the evacuation from the Titanic, but Bride lived .

Marconi was later hailed as a hero, with newspaper cartoons depicting him as a ” Sea God ” lifting lifeboats out of the water himself.

Love is an Universal Transmission availabe to all . ram H singhal

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Colours of Light

Life is short and progress is slow. — Gabriel Lippmann

The problem of direct colour photography has been facing us since the turn of the last century. — Gabriel Lippmann

Most of these pictures, taken while travelling, were developed on the mantelpiece of a hotel room, which proves that the method is easy enough to carry out. — Gabriel Lippmann

The series of photographic operations, developing, washing, final drying, takes about quarter of an hour. — Gabriel Lippmann

The Nobel Prize in Physics 1908 was awarded to Gabriel Lippmann ( 1845 — 1921 ) “for his method of reproducing colours photographically based on the phenomenon of interference.”

In 1891 Lippmann revealed a revolutionary colour-photography process, later called the Lippmann process, that utilized the natural colours of Light wavelengths instead of using dyes and pigments.

It never achieved popularity, therefore, but it was an important step in the development of colour photography.

Science has Given us Colours of Light and Photography to Delight our Life . — ram H singhal

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(c) ram H singhal

Mystery of the Unknown

The more important Fundamental laws and facts of physical science have all been discovered, and these are now so firmly established that the possibility of their ever being supplanted in consequence of new discoveries is exceedingly remote. Albert Abraham Michelson

It is here that the science of measurement shows its importance—where the quantitative results are more to be desired than qualitative work. An eminent physicist has remarked that the future truths of Physical Science are to be looked for in the Sixth Place of Decimals.

Albert Abraham Michelson

The Nobel Prize in Physics 1907 was awarded to Albert Abraham Michelson ( 1852 — 1931 ) for his optical precision instruments and the spectroscopic and metrological investigations carried out with their aid.”

Science is History of the Known and spirituality is Mystery of the Unknown, —– ram H singhal

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(c) ram H singhal

Works of the Lord

From the point of view of the physicist, a theory of matter is a policy rather than a creed; its object is to connect or co-ordinate apparently diverse phenomena, and above all to suggest, stimulate and direct experiment.

It ought to furnish a compass which, if followed, will lead the observer further and further into previously unexplored regions.

J. J. Thomson

As we conquer peak after peak we see in front of us regions full of interest and beauty, but we do not see our goal, wo do not see the horizon; in the distance tower still higher peaks ……

….. which will yield to those who ascend them still wider prospects, and deepen the feeling, the truth of which is emphasised by every advance in science,that

“Great are the Works of the Lord.”

J. J. Thomson

The Nobel Prize in Physics 1906 was awarded to Sir Joseph John Thomson “in recognition of the great merits of his theoretical and experimental investigations on the conduction of electricity by gases.”

Sir J. J. Thomson (1856 – 1940 ) took science to new heights with his 1897 discovery of the electron – the first subatomic particle.

He also found the first evidence that stable elements can exist as isotopes and invented one of the most powerful tools in analytical chemistry – the mass spectrometer.

Modern Science is Compass for the journey into the Mystery of unexplored regions of Cosmos.

ram H singhal

Love all

(c) ram H singhal