Science Knowledge Test

Asli

idiocy gives me energy
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U can't worship allah without a brain, check-mate , knowledge superior to faith @adam hassan want to hold our debate waryaa secular vs islam, govt based on rule of brain vs rule of faith wow u setting yourself up for massive burial with asli:lawd:
Go look at the periodic table to find you some medical pills:samwelcome:
 
You seem to be bouncing from topic to topic. It was science now Islam. You reek of insecurity.
I want to beat that colonial inspired Islam out of u as it stinks of no knowledge which was most likely the intention behind by the british in arabia and americans with the talibans, they want to ensure you stay down to dumb sheikhs and never see knowledge
 

Asli

idiocy gives me energy
VIP
I want to beat that colonial inspired Islam out of u as it stinks of no knowledge which was most likely the intention behind by the british in arabia and americans with the talibans, they want to ensure you stay down to dumb sheikhs and never see knowledge
Ok.
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Just follow the day and reach for the sun!
@DR OSMAN worships the west yet doesn't understand that many of the science that they've done could have only been accomplished by the Muslim scholars and scientists of the islamic golden age, many parts of the Quran and Hadiths put an emphasis in scientific discovery and to explore and learn the world he has made, and many it was these islamic scholars that preserved the previous sciences of ancient civilizations, all the while europe was in the pits of the dark ages

Here's a quote of one of these europeans praising muslim academics for not only preserving works but adding on it it significantly

"We have 30 books left behind from muslim Andalusia, so that we could split the atom. If a half of the one million burned books could survive, we would already travel between galaxies in space.'' Pierre Curie
 

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Just follow the day and reach for the sun!
Now here's a list of islamic contributions to science that @DR OSMAN desperately needed to see
  • Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi, "father of modern surgery" and the "father of operative surgery".[2]
  • Ibn Al-Nafis, "father of circulatory physiology and anatomy.
  • Abbas Ibn Firnas, father of medieval aviation.
  • Alhazen, "father of modern optics".
  • Jabir ibn Hayyan, father of chemistry
  • Ibn Khaldun father of sociology, historiography and modern economics. He is best known for his Muqaddimah.
  • Ibn Sina father of early modern medicine.
  • 'Ali ibn al-'Abbas al-Majusi, also known as Haly Abbas: founder of anatomic physiology". In addition, the section on dermatology in his Kamil as-sina'ah at-tibbiyah (Royal book-Liber Regius) has one scholar to regard him as the "father of Arabic dermatology".
  • Al-Biruni: the "founder of Indology", "father of comparative religion" and geodesy, and "first anthropologist" titles for his remarkable description of early 11th-century India. Georg Morgenstierne regarded him as "the founder of comparative studies in human culture". Al-Biruni is also known as the "father of Islamic pharmacy".
  • Al-Khawarizmi: most renowned as the "father of algebra". Solomon Gandz states: "In a sense, Khwarizmi is more entitled to be called "the father of algebra" than Diophantus because Khwarizmi is the first to teach algebra in an elementary form and for its own sake, Diophantus is primarily concerned with the theory of numbers".
  • Ibn Hazm: father of comparative religion and "honoured in the West as that of the founder of the science of comparative religion". Alfred Guillaume refers to him the composer of "the first systematic higher critical study of the Old and New testaments". However, William Montgomery Watt disputes the claim, stating that Ibn Hazm's work was preceded by earlier works in Arabic and that "the aim was polemical and not descriptive".
  • Al-Farabi: regarded as the "founder of Islamic/Arab Neoplatonism"and by some as the "father of formal logic in the Islamic world".
  • Muhammad al-Idrisi: father of world map
  • Averroes (Ibn Rushd) (1126-1198): known in west as The Commentator, "father of free thought and unbelief" and has been described by some as the "father of rationalism" and the "founding father of secular thought in Western Europe". Ernest Renan called Averroes the absolute rationalist, and regarded him as the father of freethought and dissent.
  • Rhazes: His treatise on Diseases in Children has led many to consider him the "father of pediatrics".He has also been praised as the "real founder of clinical medicine in Islam".
  • Muhammad al-Shaybani: the father of Muslim international law.
  • Ismail al-Jazari: Father of Automaton and Robotics.
  • Suhrawardi: founder of the Illuminationist school of Islamic philosophy.
  • Al-Tusi, "father of trigonometry" as a mathematical discipline in its own right.
  • Seyyed Hossein Nasr: the 'founding father' of Islamic ecotheology.
 
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