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Offline Bored chemist

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why can't scientists reanimate dead bodies ?
« Reply #50 on: 26/05/2010 07:05:39 »
"We created man from an extract of clay."
Man is made mainly from water; the other major ingredients (nitrogen and carbon)are derived from the air.
"Then We made him as a drop in a place of settlement, firmly fixed"
The first stage of embryonic existence is free to move, it's not firmly fixed.
" Then We made the drop into an alaqah (leech, suspended thing, and blood clot)"
Not a lot to say about that- leeches have triangular mouths; no stage of embryonic development does. A blood clot is generally a mistake or a response to one; hardly a good representation of an embryo.
"Then We made the alaqah into a mudghah (chewed substance)"
A leech may not be very impressive, but it has structure and is alive. A chewed wad would be a step backwards in "development".

If that's the best example of the Koran containing "science" then please don't bother with the others.


 

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why can't scientists reanimate dead bodies ?
« Reply #51 on: 26/05/2010 07:57:59 »
Anyway, this isn't a religious forum, and this has gone so far off topic as to be irreparable.
 

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