(2004). "Ancient Sanskrit text reveals surprising depth of cosmological knowledge," UMass Center for Indic Studies, 5-6 May 2004
(2004). "Ancient Sanskrit text reveals surprising depth of cosmological knowledge"
Bhagirathi: Newsletter of The Center for Indic Studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Vol. 4, No. 2
Cornell mathematician Dr. Richard Thompson spoke at the Third Annual Patanajali Lecture Series at UMass Dartmouth in May of 2004
The Center for Indic Studies presented Dr. Richard Thompson, an expert on probability theory and mathematical modeling, as the speaker for two lectures. Thompson, a Ph.D. in mathematics from Cornell University, is a prolific author of many peer-reviewe articles on mathematical and computer modeling. He has written several books, including Computer Simulations of Self-Organization in Biological Systems;Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race; and Mysteries of the Sacred Universe. . . Dr. Thompson gave a well-received lecture on "The Encoding of Astronomical Knowledge in an Ancient Sanskrit Text" in May of 2004 . . . [and] a more technical lecture in the Patanjali series: "An Accurate Map of the Solar System in an Ancient Sanskrit Text."