June 1976 interview with two of the Bhaktivedanta Institute's founding members, Sadaputa dasa and Madhava dasa, who describe how they came "to accept the philosophy of Krishna consciousness as scientifically sound."
Sadaputa comments: "The object of science, I felt, was to find out what the absolute truth is. Otherwise, what's the use of research? ... But by graduate school I had come to the conclusion that mathematics was not leading me to the truth, but to the void. ... So I investigated various sources of information outside the scientific realm – yoga, spiritual groups, and so forth – and then I came to Krishna consciousness. It was what I'd been looking for."
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