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INEXORABLE LOGIC [The Eloquence Of Dark Matter]

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Posted by Ezekiel Barnabas on February 19, 2002 14:17:13 UTC

“There is no such thing as God (or Gods)… religion is for weak people.” [Quote]

Describing the origins of dark matter brings me to the preliminary notion of the theoretical genesis of DARK MATTER. Even after understanding some points on astronomy, I find it interesting to take precise understanding of the origin of dark matter based on a principle explanation in sequence of the verses I find from the Quran. Far from accepting the Quran as a substantial fundamental basis for deciphering unexplainable and mysterious phenomenas, implementing Mohamed’s pyramid embedded structured mind is one single gain in achieving success. Mohamed thought of the simplicity of creation and simplicity is the exact combination of sequences. He accepted science on a broad hypothesis which defined the true nature of science. He described and prophecized science in a simple to understand formula, in which case, should be followed by a definitive steps of sequences proving the exact nature of a relevant theory. Think logical and believe in what is around you as possible, and in between your search, the answer will appear through the chaos of the gap.

In the Quran, there are some verses describing the impermanent nature of God’s creation. Such as “shadows” being the subject. One hypothesis concerning the nature of dark matter which covers 98% of the universe reminds me of verses simply describing a clue to the true origin of dark matter. Could this be really the answer towards what scientists still unable to solve?

Example 1: “Hast thou not seen how thy Lord has spread the shade. If He willed, He could made it stationary. (cross check the previous sentences following… ) Moreover We made the sun its guide and We withdraw it towards us easily.” [Sura 25; Verse: 45 and 46]

Underline the exact meaning of “spread the shade,” following “made it stationary.” The second verse serves as an example to the first quotation. The sun is used as the topic of quotation. Familiarize the quotation and underline the exact meaning of “the sun its guide,” followed by “withdraw it towards us.”

There is a hint in both of the mentioned verses above to the natural quintessence of Dark Matter.

Ezample 2: “Out of the things He created, God has given you shade… “ [Sura 16; Verse: 81]

My interpretation on this verse falls on two notions. It is simple to say the correct meaning as to imply the physics of natural phenomena given out of the many things God created. But what if theoretically this implies the exact profound creation of the universe?

Underline the sentence “Out of the things… created,” and amplify “given… shade.” It does astonishingly looks like the universe. With all the planetary systems, stars, galaxies, nebulas, solar systems etc. created was then given a shade out of the unknown physics of what was above or out of the universe. So, what if this does prove something or don’t. Lack of logic? Theoretically correct but it doesn’t prove exact answers.

Lets make it logical. No black holes means no dark matter. What was meant by me was to say it simple towards deciphering the true nature of dark matter. Not to imply something covering the outer side of the universe. Some processes do establish different logics.

There are no discrepancies to anything quoted from the Quran. Every verse is explained in crystal clear manners. If one believes one from the same, why one doubt one from the same?

Here is a crystal clear verse exactly quoting the origin of animals and man:

“God created every animal from water.” [Sura 24; Verse: 54]

and…

“[God] is the One who fashioned a man from water and established relationship of lineage [by men] and kinship by women.” [Sura 25; Verse: 54]

Its easy to say of Darwin revolutionizing science in the 19th century but look at certain history. Mohamed came up with the same 1400 years ago.

Man do not originate from apes. Every being is created from its own.

“He [God] caused you to grow from the earth.” [Sura 11; Verse: 61]

In this case we have to calculate the environment of the earliest stage of evolution or what was the condition of the atmosphere and weather phenomena occurring at the time resulting to creation (evolution).






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