I dont know enough about it to discuss . . .
You should post this in every thread you visit, and then shut up.
The Muslim world preserved the wisdom of th ancients when Christianity was busily hiding or burning books by the Greeks or the Romans or the Persians because they were "pagan;s." The books were found again, however, in Muslim Andalusia (what you would call Spain, in your dull-witted manner).
"For there was nothing like it, at that epoch, in the rest of Europe. The best minds in that continent looked to Spain for everything which most clearly differentiates a human being from a tiger."
James Cleuge, Spain in the Modern World
"The subjects covered by the texts included medicine, astrology, astronomy pharmacology, psychology, physiology, zoology, biology, botany, mineralogy, optics, chemistry, physics, mathematics, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, music, meteorology, geography, mechanics, hydrostatics, navigation and history."
James Burke, 1985. (Referfing to the library at Cordoba)
You never know anything about these topics, but that doesn't stop you from plunging in and shooting your mouth off.