Oceanology in the Qur’an
Channel: Zakir Naik
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In the subject of Oceanology,
the verse in the Quran
in Surah Furqan chapter number 25 Worse than 50 TV says, that it is Allah subhanho wa Taala was let free to body the flowing water, one sweet and palatable and the other salty and bitter, though they meet, they will not mix there is a barrier which is forbidden to be trespassed.
The same message repeated
elsewhere a man chap number 55
Verse number 19 merger baronial Tachyon
that we have let three two bodies of flowing water, though they meet, they do not mix that is a barrier that is a paradox, which is forbidden to be trespassed
when the commentators of the Quran
when they tried to understand this verse, All of us know very well. And we knew it earlier also, that there are two types of water sweet and salty. But they could not understand the verse of the Quran which says that there are two types of water sweet and salty. Though the meat they will not mix, there is a barrier, which is forbidden to be trespassed, there's a part of
the Morpha serines the commentator could not understand, what did it mean. Today after science of advanced we have come to know that whenever one type of water flows into the other type of water, sweet water flows into the salty water, it loses its constituents and get homogenized into the water it flows.
This transitional homogenizing area according to the Quran is called as the Parsa it is an unseen barrier.
And this has been testified and verified when the force of the Quran was shown to profit the Hey
with a very famous marine scientist, and a professor in Oceanology, in rural south of Colorado in USA.
And he said that what the Quran mentions 40 odd years ago has been testified by scientists recently. And this phenomena can be seen even with the naked eye. at the Cape Point, the southernmost tip of Cape Town in South Africa.
We have one type of water flow the other type, we will see that the color of the boat these waters differ.
And another good example is in Egypt, when river Nile flows into the Mediterranean Sea. And the best example is the Gulf Stream. It flows for 1000s of miles. It starts from the Gulf of Mexico
and goes to the east side of North America travels upwards, then goes eastwards and travels to the west coast of Europe. It flows for 1000s of miles. But yet the two waters are distinct. And if you're traveling in a ship towards the extreme of the Gulf Stream
and pick up take a bucket of water from the left side
and a bucket of water from the right side. You will find that one is sweet and the other is salty. Even the temperature between the two the differ.
Imagine Quran speaks about this phenomena 1400 years ago