Is the composition of a water molecule refutable? No. Is the moons arrangement of craters refutable? No, it is what it is. SOme things are what they are. Empirical evidence is the strongest foundation man has as a benchmark for truthfulness.
That link to Hindu Science you left says:
While the West was still thinking, perhaps, of 6,000 years old universe – India was already envisioning ages and eons and galaxies as numerous as the sands of the Ganges. The Universe so vast that modern astronomy slips into its folds without a ripple.”
Do you not find this incredibly inaccurate?
And I am not seeing the proof of extraterrestrials in that link. Only proof that people worked all this out for themselves.
Edited by psyche101, 10 April 2012 - 03:26 AM.