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Pro-life video of the day: Racist abortionist rants about “ugly black babies”
Jill Stanek ^ | 8*2*2012 | Jill Stanek

Posted on 08/02/2012 7:17:53 PM PDT by Morgana

bortionist Ashutosh Ron Virmani kills children at A Preferred Women’s Health Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.

On July 26 pro-life activists paid a visit to Virmani’s home asking him to repent. The rant that followed was shocking, revealing at least in part what motivates Virmani: overt racism – culminating with his accusation, “Why don’t you adopt those ugly black babies?”

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TOPICS: Chit/Chat
KEYWORDS: abortion; prolife; racist; racistliberal
We all know Margaret Sanger would approve.
1 posted on 08/02/2012 7:17:58 PM PDT by Morgana
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To: Morgana

Does any one know what percentage of unwanted babies get adopted versus languishing in foster care system? How many children are in foster care at present time? Those numbers would clear things up.


2 posted on 08/02/2012 7:23:28 PM PDT by entropy12 (Hate is the most insidious emotion, it will encourage cancer cells in your body.)
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To: Morgana
We all know Margaret Sanger would approve.

Yep. This is exactly what planned parenthood was designed to do. The left keeps the black population at a controllable level. They need a certain number of voters. After that, the rest are expendable.

To this day, after all these years of dead black infants, the blacks still haven't figured this out.

3 posted on 08/02/2012 7:31:07 PM PDT by concerned about politics ("Get thee behind me, Liberal")
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To: entropy12

http://www.goerie.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080915/NEWS02/809150331/-1/RSS

http://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/factsheets/foster.cfm

http://www.childtrendsdatabank.org/?q=node/199


4 posted on 08/02/2012 7:31:37 PM PDT by Morgana (This space for rent. Cheap.)
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To: entropy12

http://www.goerie.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080915/NEWS02/809150331/-1/RSS

http://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/factsheets/foster.cfm

http://www.childtrendsdatabank.org/?q=node/199


5 posted on 08/02/2012 7:32:14 PM PDT by Morgana (This space for rent. Cheap.)
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To: concerned about politics

I also want to point out that the person who called them “ugly black babies” is NOT a white man!

So I see that Indians consider blacks lower than them? It would appear so.


6 posted on 08/02/2012 7:34:39 PM PDT by Morgana (This space for rent. Cheap.)
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To: Morgana
They're white when they're born. It took about a month or so for the pigmentation to darken. Now he looks more Hispanic with dark wavy hair than mixed race.

She wanted to abort him when she found out she was pregnant. I don't twist arms but said the baby was innocent. Now she adores him. It's been a hard struggle. He is 5 now and just left with his mom.

I shouldn't say any more about what you see there. My black girlfriend who is now deceased and had 4 live births and one stillborn said they are white when they are born.

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7 posted on 08/02/2012 7:39:56 PM PDT by Aliska
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To: Morgana

Boy would love I hear what the ministry says now. Guess we found the real racists. I have been reading some comments at various places. I am hoping that what I believe to posts from black folks, are just that. While daily becoming more disillusioned by the Dems, they express no loving rush into Rebublican arms either. Can’t say as I blame them for that sentiment. I’d clasp that (wo)man’s hand and offer them a nice, cold, sun tea if he’d agree to clean out both parties. Maybe even make one obsolete. Anyway, I’d enjoy the chance to talk.


8 posted on 08/02/2012 7:48:29 PM PDT by Kudsman (Repeal the 17th, restore the Republic.)
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To: Morgana

India is a caste society. The highest casts are largely descended from Aryan tribes that invaded and conquered India long ago. Consequently, high caste Indians are white, the lower castes tend to be dark, including very dark Dravidians.


9 posted on 08/02/2012 7:51:26 PM PDT by achilles2000 ("I'll agree to save the whales as long as we can deport the liberals")
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To: Morgana
In the bad old days most counties had an orphanage and a poor farm. The unwanted children were given the basics and an education an fairly well protected from the bad influence of bad parents. The poor had a place to go. Now days we throw such people away either into a dumpster or under a bridge. Progress.
10 posted on 08/02/2012 7:54:12 PM PDT by fella ("As it was before Noah, so shall it be again.")
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To: Aliska

I count five little digits that look like they were in motion when the camera clicked. Cute kid. God bless him and all of you. Is that the proud Grandpa holding him if you don’t mind me asking?


11 posted on 08/02/2012 7:56:21 PM PDT by Kudsman (Repeal the 17th, restore the Republic.)
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To: Aliska

I am terribly sorry for your loss.


12 posted on 08/02/2012 7:58:44 PM PDT by Lurker (Violence is rarely the answer. But when it is it is the only answer.)
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To: entropy12
Does any one know what percentage of unwanted babies get adopted versus languishing in foster care system?

I know it is common parlance, but I would suggest not using the term unwanted babies. In many cases, it is not that the borth mothers don't want the babies, but they want the best FOR their babies, better than the birth mother can provide.

I know this first hand. We have three adopted children, two are black children born right here in the U.S.A. Their birth mothers acted from a noble and loving impulse.

While there is less of a wait for healthy newborn black children, there is no problem adopting them. Many of the children (of all races) in the foster system who would be excellent candidates for adoption are not available for adoption until the agency decides that to be the case, often taking many years trying to see if the birth parents are ready. That makes adoption MUCH more difficult.
13 posted on 08/02/2012 8:01:32 PM PDT by Dr. Sivana ("I love to hear you talk talk talk, but I hate what I hear you say."-Del Shannon)
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To: Lurker; Kudsman
Oh, my friend. Thank you. I never realized I'd miss her as much as I do. I always thought the nasty obgyn let her last baby die on purpose, but maybe that's not being fair; I didn't like him. Years ago now. Her kids turned out amazing well considering, maybe one gets in trouble, 2 serving in the Armed forces.

That man is the father. He came here from Chicago and I don't know what got into my daughter. I was less kind with my words last therapy visit. I said she went whoring after him and her grandkids and my sister's are gorgeous little blondes. So I'm a bigot.

The father gave me fits not so much because he's black but because he came here from Chicago, just got disability, is what's the right word, special needs that were never met, doesn't talk so you can understand him, can barely write, ex heroin addict, alcoholic, hepatitis C, won't quit drinking, finally diagnosed as schizophrenic, cost the taxpayers thousands. I fumed for weeks and months and had a huge ugly showdown with my daughter. No financial help unless he got out because she could barely support herself and the little boy, because everything I give you, he gets 1/3 the benefit from it (rent, gas, fixing things on trailer she couldn't afford, etc.). They got such good food stamps, better food than I could afford, and you can eat out and get stuff with them you used not to be able to.

Sometimes I feel a little guilty for disliking him so. The baby's sister who adores him is 22 years his senior. This guy has fathered 5 kids the taxpayers pay for, the oldest 40. I think he's late 50's. His sister moved to CA but when she was here, the baby's father was living with his "cousin" who was living with her bf. One night I get an hysterical call from my granddaughter (his sister), "Grandma, I've got to get out of here." Not the one in the photo but the cousin's bf was lying on the sidewalk in a pool of blood. The gf had stabbed him. So he comes back after he gets released from the hosp.

So next morning, granddaughter's car not working, so we go looking for places, find a nice affordable brick duplex in a so so neighborhood two blocks where my grandmother had lived (killed in car accident in 1949).

So what next? The trio moves 2 blocks away. I know I shouldn't be so hateful and did give him pictures from the first birthday when he was in treatment, but it's hard to accept.

Had to vent. I think it's harder for me because I'm older, wasn't taught bigotry whatsoever at home, but no one in my peer group would have (I want to use a crude word but won't) outside their race in those days.

14 posted on 08/02/2012 8:27:48 PM PDT by Aliska
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To: Morgana

Indians in USA would be justified to consider white Americans below them based on higher education levels, higher income levels and lower crime rates than whites, as a group.


15 posted on 08/02/2012 8:31:50 PM PDT by entropy12 (Hate is the most insidious emotion, it will encourage cancer cells in your body.)
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To: Dr. Sivana

Kudos to you for adopting children.


16 posted on 08/02/2012 8:33:28 PM PDT by entropy12 (Hate is the most insidious emotion, it will encourage cancer cells in your body.)
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To: Aliska
Thanks for venting. All I can say is that it sounds like that man done wrong by this boy. He is blessed to have a Grandma that cares. I hope he finds the joy in loving and raising his own children someday. As well the challenges ;-p

p.s. feel free to FReep mail me FRiend, whenever you need to vent. It's cathartic. Can't promise I'll read it rightaway though. Sometimes I am mariposa for stretches at a time. Take care.

17 posted on 08/02/2012 8:54:45 PM PDT by Kudsman (Repeal the 17th, restore the Republic.)
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To: Morgana

Isn’t that what abortion is for?


18 posted on 08/02/2012 9:07:30 PM PDT by TBP (Obama lies, Granny dies.)
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To: Kudsman
I said too much I suppose but we all struggle with something. Today was a horrid day for me over my adult son, got his business stolen out from under him, changed locks and security system, got his wife to sign over 10% of her interest for no monetary consideration so he and another guy got controlling interest, while he was in HI on business. And his lawyer helped. Feel like reporting him to the bar but think I won't. So now I don't have to but am fronting the money for an attorney to get in and get his and his clients' metals out. He never asked me for a penny since he moved out in about 1995 in his early 20's. So the hostile takeovers want to bankrupt him and insist in addition to the $2500 attorney retainer I paid, I pay for a $2500 bond to get in there. So I yell over that and the sheriff will be going so I don't know why he needs a bond. What did he do? Probably something.

So I've been crying all day. He has not been perfect but well his partner is a criminal, and we're brainstorming what to do about it. They locked him out of the business he built from the ground up while he was gone. We're trying o figure out how he can get a fresh start without spending a fortune on attorneys.

I kidded him when he left for HI and said to see if he could find O's birth cert lol. He said he wasn't born there. So he made $50,000 legally for the business and got a call from his young wife that she is leaving him.

I'm thinking of calling the fbi because it's interstate commerce and they market precious metals. And cook the books and probably more i don't know about. I don't know if they will care.

My son owns the domain name and business model patent, and the supplier in FL shut them down yesterday because they had an agreement, was pricing from him then ordering from another company. Hugely complicated. Well, today they're back up lol. But they stole the domain name. They claim patent applied for but I haven't had time to see if they are using the same model, too much to think about right now.

I'm also taking to the police I've been sitting on that someone in the insurance side of the business in 2008, it appears, got into my bank account. I don't think any money was stolen but I think it's a felony. If so, i have 5 years from discovery. I got IP hits from the credit union records, did lots of what is my IP and reverse lookups. Now the police won't do anything but at least it will be on record and make me feel better.

Yeah I'm quixotic about writing, too.

19 posted on 08/02/2012 9:35:20 PM PDT by Aliska
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To: Aliska

Quixotic? Lol. Some of us just need the invention of the 25 hour clock, that would make things eas.......ah drat! No it wouldn’t. Night.


20 posted on 08/02/2012 10:18:13 PM PDT by Kudsman (Repeal the 17th, restore the Republic.)
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To: Morgana

It’s always trouble when liberals get caught tellling the truth. Obviously this foreigner does not understand how the lying game works.


21 posted on 08/02/2012 10:33:19 PM PDT by SaraJohnson
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To: Kudsman

Yeah, he looks like he’s giving the Toe’s up sign!


22 posted on 08/02/2012 10:34:21 PM PDT by Amberdawn
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To: entropy12

Except that they are a self segregating group. While our “government” allows uneducated poor into our country in droves, they are more selective of people from India. If we were to compare the two populations side by side, India would have FAR more poor, uneducated criminals than we would.


23 posted on 08/02/2012 10:40:28 PM PDT by Amberdawn
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To: Amberdawn

You should do a little more research before forming opinions...

Crime rates in India are lower than USA in Murders, Fraud, Rapes, Robberies, etc.

Total crime rate in USA is 600% of India.

http://www.nationmaster.com/compare/India/United-States/Crime


24 posted on 08/02/2012 10:48:36 PM PDT by entropy12 (Hate is the most insidious emotion, it will encourage cancer cells in your body.)
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To: entropy12

I notice how you neatly sidestepped the other categories you mentioned.


25 posted on 08/02/2012 10:56:20 PM PDT by Amberdawn
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To: Amberdawn

Are you saying there are more serious categories than murder, rape & robbery?


26 posted on 08/02/2012 11:04:03 PM PDT by entropy12 (Hate is the most insidious emotion, it will encourage cancer cells in your body.)
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To: entropy12

Gee, I thought the debate was about education, income and crime rates-where did we discuss the relative seriousness of them?


27 posted on 08/02/2012 11:58:29 PM PDT by Amberdawn
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To: entropy12

“Indians in USA would be justified to consider white Americans below them based on higher education levels, higher income levels and lower crime rates than whites, as a group.”

one thing I have noticed about folks from the middle east, India included, is that they have higher education but are still not intelligent. They get the degrees for status but as actual medical doctors I still prefer AMERICANS, white, black or other. Most of these people don’t even speak English, don’t in any way understand you. Plus the way middle eastern men treat women, even when they are doctors? Oh yea it is that bad.

Is it any wonder this man is working as an abortion doctor? He is the lowest of the low in his profession.


28 posted on 08/03/2012 5:15:24 AM PDT by Morgana (This space for rent. Cheap.)
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To: entropy12

“Are you saying there are more serious categories than murder, rape & robbery?”

actually yes. Treason. Remember when that was punished by death?


29 posted on 08/03/2012 5:17:39 AM PDT by Morgana (This space for rent. Cheap.)
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To: Aliska

What is even more strange is that while in utero all babies are one color—ping to reddish pink.

How wild is that?


30 posted on 08/03/2012 5:19:35 AM PDT by Morgana (This space for rent. Cheap.)
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To: Aliska

What is even more strange is that while in utero all babies are one color—ping to reddish pink.

How wild is that?


31 posted on 08/03/2012 5:21:03 AM PDT by Morgana (This space for rent. Cheap.)
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To: achilles2000
The highest casts are largely descended from Aryan tribes that invaded and conquered India long ago. Consequently, high caste Indians are white, the lower castes tend to be dark, including very dark Dravidians.

Couple points.

This theory is almost universally held by historians and other scientists outside India. In India it is considered by many to be politically incorrect. Their notion is that the Aryans originated in India and spread north and west from there.

Some Indians get remarkably angry when their ideas on this point are challenged. Psychologically I think this is based on the, to me, very odd notion that the commonly accepted theory is trying to say Aryan Indian society is really European or "white" in origin, and therefore somehow to denigrate Indian society.

The "color" of Indians is more related to geography than caste. While I'm sure the "white" upper caste and dark lower cast idea has some relationship to reality in some areas, in much of southern India, for instance, the upper castes are just as dark as the lower ones.

The Indian word for caste, varna, actually means "color," BTW.

32 posted on 08/03/2012 5:30:20 AM PDT by Sherman Logan
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To: Sherman Logan

Yes, some Indians in recent years have been trying to invent a more psychologically satisfying history, but that is true of many people. It is nothing more than the Indian version of “black studies”.

While there is certainly a geographical aspect to skin color in India, the lower castes certainly tend to be darker. The geographic aspect to skin color is also a reflection of the invasion. The “India” that was invaded did not have the geographic boundaries of the “India” of the British Raj or the boundaries of the independent “India” created by the British. The culture of Aryan “India”, of course, spread beyond Aryan “India”.

Major subsequent cultural influences were the Moguls and the British. Interestingly, all three major influences are caucasian peoples, and many Indians and Pakistanis are Caucasian.

Linguistically, the evidence is quite clear. Moreover, the Aryan tribes moved in other directions as well. The modern language that most directly reflects “Indo-European” of the Aryan tribes is Lithuanian. Lithuanian, by the way, shares many basic words with Sanscrit - e.g. the words for horse, wagon, and fire are identical with Sanscrit).


33 posted on 08/03/2012 6:08:34 AM PDT by achilles2000 ("I'll agree to save the whales as long as we can deport the liberals")
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To: achilles2000
Moguls ... are caucasian peoples

A debatable point. The Moguls were direct descendants of Genghis Khan, or at least claimed to be.

The female side of their ancestry may have often brought in those we would consider "Caucasian," and the East Asian (can't say Mongoloid or Oriental anymore) side may have been thoroughly diluted by the time they invaded India, but there is no doubt the family lineage they were proud of was "yellow," not "white."

BTW, isn't it odd that it is supposed to be offensive to refer to those of Mongol ancestry as "Mongoloid?"

34 posted on 08/03/2012 6:29:10 AM PDT by Sherman Logan
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To: SaraJohnson

“It’s always trouble when liberals get caught tellling the truth. Obviously this foreigner does not understand how the lying game works.”

Well dammit Sara, you know he don’t speak Engrish!!


35 posted on 08/03/2012 8:43:06 AM PDT by Morgana (This space for rent. Cheap.)
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To: entropy12
How many children are in foster care at present time? Those numbers would clear things up.

How many children from foster care backgrounds end up being criminal thugs, compared to those from the EBT entitled brood sow class? Those numbers would also be of value.

36 posted on 08/03/2012 9:05:04 AM PDT by JimRed (Excise the cancer before it kills us; feed &water the Tree of Liberty! TERM LIMITS, NOW & FOREVER!)
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To: Morgana
People from India are still not intelligent.

May be the list of some Indians in US below will convince you otherwise? We should celebrate the import of all this brain power to this country. Their contributions to the advancement of our economy are amazing. Now can you name 2 people from your immediate family/friends who have similar accomplishments as any of those below?


Subramanyan Chandrasekhar, Nobel Prize for Physics, (1983).
Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, Nobel Prize for Chemistry, (2009).
Amartya Sen, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, (1998).
Har Gobind Khorana, Nobel Prize in Medicine, (1968).


Satish K. Tripathi, President of University at Buffalo
S. Shankar. Sastry, Dean of College of Engineering at University of California Berkeley [1]
Renu Khator, Chancellor of the University of Houston System and President of the University of Houston
Beheruz Sethna, President of the University of West Georgia
Molly Easo Smith, President of Manhattanville College
Nitin Nohria, Dean of Harvard Business School
Vijay K. Dhir, Dean of the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science
Pradeep Khosla, Dean of Carnegie Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University
Vijay Kumar, Associate Dean of School of Engineering and Applied Science at University of Pennsylvania[2]
Dipak C. Jain, Dean of INSEAD and former Dean of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Dinesh D'Souza, President of The King's College
Dr. Paul Shrivastava, Distinguished Professor and Director, David O'Brien Centre for Sustainable Enterprise, Concordia University
Pramod P. Khargonekar, Dean of College of Engineering at University of Florida
Jamshed Bharucha, President of Cooper Union.[3] Formerly Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences at
Dartmouth College and Provost at Tufts University
Venkatesh Narayanamurti, Formerly Dean of Engineering and Applied Sciences (2001–2009) at Harvard University.
S. Narayanan, Dean of College of Engineering and Computer Science at Wright State University [5]
Sunil Kumar, Dean of Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago


Narayan Hosmane, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Northern Illinois University (winner of Humboldt Prize [twice] for Chemistry, [2001 & 2008]).
Raghuram Rajan, Professor of Finance at the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago; also International Monetary Fund Chief Economist (winner of Fischer Black Prize).
Satya N. Atluri, Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at University of California, Irvine
Alok Bhargava, Professor of Economics at University of Houston
Avinash Kamalakar Dixit, Professor of Economics at Princeton University
Madhu Sudan, Professor of Computer Science at MIT (winner of the Rolf Nevanlinna Prize and Gödel Prize).
Anant Agarwal, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory MIT
C. R. Rao, Professor at Penn State University and Research Professor at the University at Buffalo (awarded the National Medal of Science)
Arogyaswami Paulraj, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University (awarded the Padma Bhushan by the Govt. of India)
Ravindra Khattree, Professor of statistics at Oakland University
Akhil Amar, Professor of Law at Yale Law School
Salman Akhtar, Professor at the Jefferson Medical College
Vikram Amar, Professor of Law at the University of California, Davis School of Law.
P.S. Ayyaswamy, Professor of Dynamical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA
Homi K. Bhabha, Professor at Harvard University
Sugata Bose, Professor of History Harvard University
Raj Chetty, Professor of economics at Harvard University. As of today, he is the youngest person 'at the age of 29' to ever receive tenure of professorship in the Department of Economics at Harvard. He is one of the top 8 young economists in the world.
V.S. Ramachandran Professor with the Psychology and Neurosciences University of California San Diego
Ananda Mohan Chakrabarty, Professor of microbiology at University of Illinois at Chicago
Ashok Gadgil, Professor in civil and environmental engineering at the University of California, Berkeley
K. Mani Chandy, Professor of Computer Science at the California Institute of Technology.
Rakesh Jain, Professor of Tumor Biology at Massachusetts General Hospital in the Harvard Medical School
Muzaffar Alam, Professor in South Asian Languages & Civilizations at University of Chicago.
V. V. Chari, Professor of economics at the University of Minnesota.
Aravind Joshi, Professor of Computer and Cognitive Science at the University of Pennsylvania
Thomas Kailath, Professor of Engineering at Stanford University
M. A. Muqtedar Khan, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Delaware.
Marti G. Subrahmanyam, Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University.
C.K. Prahalad, Professor of Corporate Strategy at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business in the University of Michigan
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Professor at Columbia University.
Krishna Saraswat, Professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University.
Arvind Panagariya, Professor of Economics at Columbia University
Jagdish Natwarlal Bhagwati, Professor of economics at Columbia University.
Abhay Ashtekar, Professor of Physics at Pennsylvania State University.
Anirvan Ghosh, Professor at the University of California, San Diego
Vijay Vazirani, Professor of Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology
Aswath Damodaran, Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University.
Umesh Vazirani, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley.
Ashok Das, Professor of Physics at University of Rochester
Jagdish Shukla, Professor at George Mason University
Pulickel M. Ajayan, is a professor of Material Science at Rice University
J. N. Reddy, Professor and holder of the Oscar S. Wyatt Endowed Chair in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University.
Jaishree Odin, Professor of post-modern literary theorist at the University of Hawaii
Ravi Jagannathan, Professor at the Kellogg School of Management
Vijay Prashad, Professor of International Studies at Trinity College.
Mriganka Sur, Professor of Neuroscience at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Shrinivas Kulkarni, Professor of astrophysics and planetary science at Caltech.
Nazir Jairazbhoy, Professor of folk and classical music of South Asia at University of California at Los Angeles.
Avinash Kak, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University
Ramesh Agarwal, William Palm Professor of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis
Ishwar K. Puri, N. Waldo Harrison Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics at Virginia Tech
Shwetak Patel, Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at University of Washington (Awarded MacArthur Fellowship).

Uday Singh Taunque, first Indian American to die in Operation Iraqi Freedom

Srinivasa Varadhan - Speacialised in probability and winner of the Abel Prize and Steele Prize.
S. R. Srinivasa Varadhan, NYU mathematician who specialised in probability, winner of the Abel Prize and Steele Prize.
Shreeram Shankar Abhyankar, mathematician, singularity theory and Abhyankar's conjecture of finite group theory
Anil Nerode, mathematician, proved the Myhill-Nerode Theorem.
Narendra Karmarkar, mathematician, inventor of Karmarkar algorithm. Chandrashekhar Khare, professor of mathematics at the University of California Los Angeles.
Harish-Chandra, mathematician
K. C. Sreedharan Pillai, mathematician
Manjul Bhargava, is a professor of mathematics at Princeton University.
Sarvadaman Chowla, mathematician specializing in number theory
G. S. Maddala, mathematician and economist best known for his work in the field of econometrics.

Anita Goel: MD, PhD is a Harvard-MIT Physicist- Physician, Globally recognized expert in Nanobiophysics and Nanotechnology; Chairman & CEO, Nanobiosym
Narinder Singh Kapany : Engineer, called the "Father of Fiber Optics".
Sabeer Bhatia : Co-founder of Hotmail
Vinod Dham : Designed the Intel Pentium Chip Processor (Known as the Father of the "Pentium Chip")
Avtar Saini : Co-led the development of the Pentium processor Intel. He holds 7 patents related to microprocessor design.
Ajay Bhatt : Co-Inventor of the USB. Chief Client Platform Architect at Intel
Krishna Bharat : Principal Scientist at Google - Famous for creating Google News.
Subrah Iyar: Co-Founder and CEO of Webex Communications
Arun Netravali : Scientist. Former President of Bell Labs. Former CTO of Lucent. A pioneer of digital technology including HDTV and MPEG4.
Anil Dash : Blogger and technologist
Raj Reddy : Founder of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, winner of the Turing Award.
C. Kumar N. Patel : Developed the carbon dioxide laser, used as a cutting tool in surgery and industry.
Khem Shahani : Microbiologist who conducted pioneer research on probiotics, he discovered the DDS-1 strain of Lactobacillus acidophilus
Arjun Makhijani : Electrical and nuclear engineer who is President of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research
George Sudarshan : Physicist, author - first to propose the existence of Tachyon
Kalpana Chawla : Female NASA Space Shuttle astronaut, and space shuttle mission specialist J
ogesh Pati : Theoretical physicist at the University of Maryland, College Park.
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37 posted on 08/03/2012 9:33:16 AM PDT by entropy12 (Hate is the most insidious emotion, it will encourage cancer cells in your body.)
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To: Kudsman

Morning. For sure. Got matters to attend to today. Thanks for listening.


38 posted on 08/03/2012 9:51:57 AM PDT by Aliska
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To: Morgana

Your post. That is true and I never thought of it! But they all have unique dna and are destined to be one-of-a-kind. I think identical twins’ dna matches but I think maybe their mothers can tell them apart. I hope :-).


39 posted on 08/03/2012 9:56:30 AM PDT by Aliska
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To: Morgana

Well dammit Sara, you know he don’t speak Engrish!!


He speaks English. He just is foreign to the liberal culture of lies he has entered into via the abortion industry. What you say and think in communist China and with your Marxist pals in the US, you are not supposed to say out loud to the general population because it is unacceptable.

BTW, being foreign is not limited to language within the culture. I could live in communist china and speak Chinese and still end up in a prision camp for offending China’s communist rules of political correctness which I did not understand...because I am foreign to that culture.


40 posted on 08/03/2012 9:57:35 AM PDT by SaraJohnson
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To: entropy12

I was referring to most if not all of the indian doctors that have treated me.

Now mind you this is west virginia so we may not get the top drawer ones. Yes wv does have sub standard medical care to begin with so would it kill them to send someone better.

and after all THIS doctor was doing abortions so that should tell you something.


41 posted on 08/03/2012 1:52:55 PM PDT by Morgana (This space for rent. Cheap.)
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To: Morgana

I have similar experience with Indian doctors. Some are good and some not so good. But then it is the same experience with doctors from any country. That is one reason I avoid going to doctors in the first place. I focus on staying well first. For example if I am diagnosed with high blood pressure, most of the cure lies with me, not the doctor. I should exercise more, eat less carbs & fats etc. Very few doctors closely monitor your lifestyle. They focus on treatment for your problem, not on how to avoid the problem in the first place.

And by the way any doctor who makes money mostly in the abortion trade is despicable.


42 posted on 08/03/2012 6:43:39 PM PDT by entropy12 (Hate is the most insidious emotion, it will encourage cancer cells in your body.)
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To: Sherman Logan

You are right about the Moguls being heavily mixed. I was thnking about Mohammedan invaders from the West.


43 posted on 08/03/2012 8:15:05 PM PDT by achilles2000 ("I'll agree to save the whales as long as we can deport the liberals")
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