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Here's Even More Proof That Ancient Hindu Civilization Invented The Space-Rocket






space cadet
n. A person who tends to space out often. One who is so easily lost in reverie that he or she loses all awareness of the surrounding physical world. [Urban Dictionary]



An Indian man fooled everyone into thinking he was on his way to be a top scientist at NASA.

Described as a "news personality" on his Facebook page, 27-year-old Arun P. Vijayakumar said he had been selected to join the US space agency after it relaxed its citizenship conditions, the Indian English-language paper the Deccan Chronicle reports.

His claims had been excitedly picked up across the country, with the Indian newspaper The Hindu running a full interview.

In it Vijayakumar, who hails from the southern region of Kerala, said how he was "thrilled at being accepted as a research scientist."

He even went as far as talking about studying at prestigious MIT — and was off to explore "extraterrestrial elements with the use of remote sensing" with his revered spacial expertise. 

Vijayakumar told the press he had come into contact with US organizations while studying at a local engineering college, the Bhopal National Institute of Technology.

But his fabrications were outed this week, with the Deccan Chronicle saying he had been "proved to be an imposter" and revealing all.

It said the man untied a "bundle of lies" for the news team, having "fooled everyone for some time by claiming to be closely associated with the US space agency."

Manorama Online, based in Kerala, reacted to the findings — and said he was discovered, amazingly, only when Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi took interest and his fame really took off. 

It explains Vijayakumar was then caught by a Facebook Organization known as the "Netizen Police," run by top officials and which investigates online fraud. 


[Courtesy: Business Insider]

October 30, 2014


Conversation about this article

1: Jane Smithson (New York, USA), October 30, 2014, 8:46 AM.

That whole country has got to be high on something, I tell ya. Ganja, maybe?

2: Dheeraj Biswas (Kolkata, Bengal, India), October 30, 2014, 9:40 AM.

My God! What're we waiting for? Let's revise our text-books immediately and include this Great Indian Hero as our top scientist of all time. Everything the great vedas had said is finally coming true ...

3: Inderpal Singh (New Jersey, USA), October 30, 2014, 11:32 AM.

I think it may be time to put a fence around that country, and call it 'DisneyWorld CuckooLand', and start selling tickets. "Please do feed the animals, they're hungry!" the sign should read outside it. Keep the Sikhs outside the perimeter, though. You'll need some good people to run the bloody zoo!

4: Kulvinder Jit Kaur (Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada), October 30, 2014, 11:52 AM.

Thanks for my morning laugh!

5: Jaswinder Singh (Brier, Washington, USA), October 30, 2014, 12:14 PM.

Inderpal Singh ji, sadly many Punjabis have sunk to the level of Hindus today ...

6: Karimul Fateh Singh (India), October 30, 2014, 1:39 PM.

There are a good number of Hindus in India who do not show tendencies listed in the article and are averse to these silly teachings and talk.

7: Mohan Singh (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), October 30, 2014, 8:06 PM.

Ego is riding the mind and greed is hiding in the heart, 7/24!

8: Kaala Singh (Punjab), October 30, 2014, 11:52 PM.

Going by what Modi says about Indian science,they would have been the most advanced nation by now, but we all know its not, the pieces don't fit here.

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