Earth's Atmosphere - Modern science has discovered facts about the atmosphere mentioned in the Quran more than 1400 years

Monday, January 20, 2014


" By the sky which returns . " (Quran 86:11 )
"[He ] who made for you the earth a bed [ spread out ] and the sky a roof ... " (Quran 2:22 )
In the first verse God swears by the sky [Al- Samaa ' , the Arabic word translated here as ' sky ' includes earth's atmosphere , as indicated by the verse 2:164 . ] And its function "return" without specifying what it returns . " In Islamic doctrine , a divine oath signifies the magnitude of importance of a special relationship with the Creator, and manifests His majesty and the supreme Truth in a special way .
The second verse describes the Divine Act that made the sky a 'ceiling' for the inhabitants of the earth.
See what modern atmospheric science has to say about the role and function of the sky.
The atmosphere is a word which denotes all the air surrounding the earth, the earth all the way to the edge of space begins. The atmosphere is made up of several layers , each defined by the ratio of the various phenomena that occur inside the layer .

This image shows the average temperature of the Earth's atmosphere . Temperatures in the thermosphere are very sensitive to solar activity and can vary from 500 ° C to 1500 ° C. Source : Windows to the Universe , ( ) , the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR ) . © 1995-1999 , 2000 The Regents of the University of Michigan; © 2000-04 University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.
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Rain , meanwhile , is 'returned ' to Earth by the clouds in the atmosphere. Explaining the hydrologic cycle , Encyclopedia Britannica writes :

"Water evaporates from both aquatic and terrestrial environments as it is heated with energy. Evaporation rates from the sun and precipitation depend on solar energy, as do the patterns of circulation of moisture in the air and currents in the ocean. evaporation exceeds precipitation over the oceans, and this water vapor is transported by the wind over land , where it returns to the land through precipitation. Encyclopedia " [" biosphere " . Britannica Encyclopedia Britannica Premium Service .
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Not only does the atmosphere return what was on the back surface of the surface, but back in space that might damage the flora and fauna of the supports of the earth, such as excessive radiant heat . In the 1990s , collaboration between NASA , the European Space Agency (ESA ) and the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science ( ISAS ) of Japan resulted in solar physics - Science Initiative ( ISTP ) International Terrestrial . Polar , Wind and Geotail are a part of this initiative , combining resources and scientific communities to obtain coordinated , simultaneous investigations of the Sun-Earth space environment over an extended period of time. They have an excellent explanation of how the atmosphere returns solar heat to space. Earth science
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Besides 'returning ' the waves of rain, heat and radio, the atmosphere protects us like a ceiling above our heads by filtering out deadly cosmic rays, powerful ultraviolet ( UV ) rays and even meteorites on collision course with Earth. [ Program information on climate and atmospheric environment at Manchester Metropolitan University 


Penn State Public Broadcasting says:

" The sunlight that we can see represents one group of wavelengths, visible light. Other wavelengths emitted by the sun are X-rays and ultraviolet rays . X -ray and ultraviolet light waves are absorbed in the upper atmosphere Earth . warm the thin layer of gas there to very high temperatures . wave ultraviolet light are the rays that cause sunburn . most ultraviolet light waves are absorbed by a thicker layer of gas near the plant called the ozone layer . absorption of deadly ultraviolet and x-rays , the atmosphere acts as a protective shield around the planet. like a giant thermal blanket, the atmosphere also keeps temperatures from getting too hot or too cold. further the atmosphere also protects us from constant bombardment by meteoroids , rock and dust that travel at high speeds throughout the solar system. falling stars we see at night are not stars , they are actually meteoroids burning up in the atmosphere due to heating suffering extreme " .
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This is a picture of polar stratospheric clouds on Earth . These clouds are involved in creating an ozone hole on Earth. Source : Windows to the Universe , ( ) at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR ) . © 1995-1999 , 2000 The Regents of the University of Michigan; © 2000-04 University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.
Encyclopedia Britannica , describing the role of Stratosphere , tells us about its protective role in absorbing harmful ultraviolet radiation :
" In regions of the stratosphere , absorption of ultraviolet light from the Sun breaks down oxygen molecules ; recombination of oxygen atoms with O2 molecules into ozone (O3 ) creates the ozone layer , which protects the ecosphere less radiation length harmful ... More disturbing wave , however , is the discovery of a growing depletion of ozone in temperate latitudes , where a large percentage of the world population resides , since the ozone layer serves to protect against radiation ultraviolet , which has been found to cause skin cancer . " [" earth. "Encyclopedia Britannica Encyclopedia Britannica Premium Service .
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The mesosphere is the layer in which many meteors burn up when entering the Earth's atmosphere . Imagine a baseball flying at 30,000 miles per hour. That's how big and fast many meteors are . When you plowed through the atmosphere , meteors are heated to more than 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit , and shine . A meteor compresses air in front of her . The air is heated , in turn heating the meteor. [(Http:// - ez.html )]

This is an image showing the Earth and its atmosphere. 

The mesosphere would be the dark blue at the top out of the picture on the back . Earth
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The Earth is surrounded by a magnetic force field - a bubble in space called " the magnetosphere " tens of thousands of kilometers wide. The magnetosphere acts as a shield that protects us from solar storms. However, according to new observations probe the image of the Cluster satellites and NASA joint NASA / European Space Agency, immense cracks sometimes develop in Earth 's magnetosphere and remain open for hours. This allows the solar wind to gush through and power stormy space . Fortunately, these cracks do not expose Earth 's surface from the solar wind . Our atmosphere protects us , even when our magnetic field does not work. [( Http :/ / / SITE / ARTICLES / magnetosphere.asp )]

The interpretation of an artist's image of the NASA satellite flying through a 'crack' in the magnetic field of the Earth .
How could a desert dweller fourteenth century to describe the sky in a manner so precise that only recent scientific discoveries have confirmed ? The only way is if he received revelation from the Creator of the heavens .

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