Global One (G1)— Scientists at a recent conference in India have dismissed the findings of Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein.

At the Indian Science Congress, the head of a university in southern India cited Hindu texts to support his claim that stem cell research began in India thousands of years ago.

Another scientist said Newton and Einstein were both wrong and that gravitational waves should be renamed “Narendra Modi Waves.”

Kannan Jegathala Krishnan also claimed “there was no bend in space-time gravity” and Einstein did not understand it.

Hindu mythology and religion-based theories has reportedly become increasingly mixed into the Science Congress, but critics say they do not represent science.

According to BBC, many believe under Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist BJP party, pseudoscience has moved from the fringe to the mainstream.

In response to critics, the general secretary of Indian Scientific Congress Association said, “We don’t subscribe to their views and distance ourselves from their comments.”