The Science Redemption

By R Santosh

“The tussle between science and religion: age-old. Religion believes that God created the universe and then humans
almost simultaneously.

Dipti was about to reveal two stunning truths that would establish, once and for all, the natural origin and evolution of all matter and life in the universe, ultimately proving the nonexistence of any God.

The Science Redemption is based on two sets of stories. The first part describes the lives of six individuals, Aditya, Sneha, Pallavi, Siddharth, Priyanka and Vivek, and six different romances involving them, in the setting of urban India in the 1980s to early 2000s.

The second part is set over a thrilling 46 hours in 2028 AD. It describes a battle between the scientific revelation
team with Dipti on one side versus perhaps the longest-lasting religious cult in the world on the other. As the
battle takes place, Dipti stumbles upon astonishing historical facts ranging from 5500 BC to 2010 AD and turns almost all the stories described in part one of the book on their heads.”

R Santosh
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"Santosh Ramakrishnan was born in a middle-class family in Pune. He studied at the prestigious St Vincent’s High School, and then did his MBBS at the BJ Medical College in Pune. He pursued MD in Internal Medicine at JIPMER (Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research), Pondicherry and then rounded off by doing his fellowship in Endocrinology in PGI (Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research), Chandigarh. After a brief stint at Apollo Hospitals, he turned entrepreneur. He is presently one of the MDs of the Magna Clinics for Obesity, Diabetes and Endocrinology, and chief endocrinologist at the Hyderabad unit. His early hobbies included reading fiction novels, mainly mystery novels and listening to music. He had immense interest in the lyrics of all the songs he heard. Roger Waters of Pink Floyd was one of his greatest inspirations to create and write. In his school days, he wrote for school magazines. He also wrote short stories, diaries and songs for his school and college day bands. As a medical professional, he has 28 publications, teaches medicine, and addressed more than 200 scientific forums. He is interested in Karaoke and was declared the crowd favorite in the 2011 showdown in Hyderabad. He presently reads historical fiction, science fiction and thrillers."