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anatolian
04-10-2019, 08:46 PM
Quran 86:1-3 "By the sky, by the nightly visitor(at-Tariq), and what will show you what is the nightly visitor(at-Tariq)? It is the piercing star"

Today the first real image of a Black Hole is revealed. Black holes are highly dense masses that are created from old stars but according to Enstein they can be some real holes that allows you to travel to another space through. When we look at Quran 86:3 at-Tariq is described as a piercing star and when you pierce something you make a hole in it..It can be the black holes that pierce our space..I am just thinking..

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Ümit
04-11-2019, 05:39 AM
İ am sorry but i don't think Einstein has ever claimed such a statement. İ do know that some people claim that those black holes are the entrance of Wormholes...but for what İ know...Einstein never claimed that.
İf İ am wrong, please let me know and share with me the reference to it.
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AbdurRahman.
04-11-2019, 09:09 AM
LOL what a great step for the kuffar but nothing for the believers. It's just a black blot with an orange ring. No big deal!

Stop wasting your money u stupid scientists and feed the poor with the billions of dollars wasted on NASA!
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Altaqwa
04-12-2019, 12:39 AM
Originally Posted by AbdurRahman.
LOL what a great step for the kuffar but nothing for the believers. It's just a black blot with an orange ring. No big deal!

Stop wasting your money u stupid scientists and feed the poor with the billions of dollars wasted on NASA!
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Yes, Nasa are the emperor wearing no clothes, they're charlatans (to say the least).
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Ahmed.
04-17-2019, 12:46 PM
For all space fanatics who want to learn about the mysteries of space, the meaning of life and what this vast universe is for, ask your questions here. InshAllah I got the answers

This ofcourse is directed at our non Muslim members and guests and any Muslim who may think that space exploration could yield such answers
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DanEdge
04-19-2019, 12:28 AM
If it weren't for the hard work and dedication of scientists around the world across centuries, including the "stupid" NASA geniuses, we wouldn't have the technological capability to have this conversation with people from all over the world. Just saying.
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AbdurRahman.
04-19-2019, 08:07 AM
Originally Posted by DanEdge
If it weren't for the hard work and dedication of scientists around the world across centuries, including the "stupid" NASA geniuses, we wouldn't have the technological capability to have this conversation with people from all over the world. Just saying.
I answered this lately on another forum So I'll post that here:

Q. Satellites also bring a lot of good.


A. Ofcourse satellites do a lot of good however we can do without it; no one was complaining 20 years ago when we didn't have satellite navigation.

Satellites are used more for evil purposes like pornography and spying on other countries..

Go on to YouTube and just read some of the comments under old-school music. People wish they were back in the happy and simple old days when life was far better.

Things like sending probes to mars and man on moon etc are just a waste of time and money. Huble telescope gives us great images of space but just gazing at stars and glorifying God is enough.

... space travel is based on the anti Christ saying 'you're helping me' ( https://youtu.be/y5ZfmBqnLcQ ) regarding them. If the devil is pleased with them then they have to be of far greater evil benefit than good.

Kids are getting unhealthy these days not playing outside and just being on the internet in their free time. Kids as young as 12 have access to sick heart corrupting pornography, people don't even have time to think about God because they are too busy 'entertaining themselves to death' with satellite tv... doesn't these reasons outweigh the benefits of these things?

There's more reason I can think of, such as these things serve to make the elite more rich and poor more poorer (which in turn yields more power into the baddies hands)... the consumerist culture of buy buy and more buy is particularly thriving on associated gadgets like mobile phone, computer etc..

So there's more benefit to the dajjal then to humanity
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keiv
04-19-2019, 11:10 AM
Originally Posted by DanEdge
If it weren't for the hard work and dedication of scientists around the world across centuries, including the "stupid" NASA geniuses, we wouldn't have the technological capability to have this conversation with people from all over the world. Just saying.
Sure it's convenient but, are we better because of it? I'd say no. These "conversations" are simply people sitting in front of a computer screen typing and reading text on their computer. In the context of conversing with one another, sure it's a 'conversation', but there's no interaction between people whatsoever. People don't even call each other, but rather communicate through text messages. Communicating to people in different cities, states, or countries is easier but it lacks the benefits of seeing new places and interacting with different people on a more personal level. Not even skype can provide this type of experience.

How many of those satellites are used for the benefit of humanity and how many of those satellites are used for military and/or non disclosed purposes? A lot of the launches give a basic description of what we're sending up there (if we're lucky). Sometimes we don't even know what they're sending. In the topic of benefiting humanity, I guess all you have to do is look at the world around you and wonder if those billions/trillions of dollars spent on space was worth it or if it could have been better spent elsewhere.

It wasn't so long ago that we lived without this technology and I'm sure many people were fine without it. I know I was.
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