The FIRST ever Nobel prize for physics should have gone to an Indian by the name of Shivkur Bajuji Talpade.
He flew an unmanned flying saucer. It was an advanced Vedic Mercury ion plasma , imploding and expanding vortex noiseless flying machine , which could move in all directions. Accelerated pressurised Mercury when spun and thus heated gives out latent energy. Vedas had a deep understanding of Quantum physics.
This feat was witnessed by more than three thousand people including Britishers at Chowpatty beach in 1895, eight years before the Wright brothers.
Instead of praising him,the British rulers threatened him and treated him in a shabby manner.Talpade was a Sanskrit scholar who had read Vimanaka Shastra the ancient 7000 years old texts. His wife was very technically savvy and was his partner on the day the flight of MARUTSHAKTI took place.
The airplane was aloft at nearly 200 metres height and was airborne for 18 minutes –after that the Naksha Rasa accumulators ran out of energy .