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Mathematics in the Quran...[Very Interesting]

 
 
Kasaova
 
Reply Thu 13 Oct, 2005 04:41 pm
The statement of "seven heavens" is repeated seven times. "The creation of the heavens (khalq as-samawat)" is also repeated seven times.

"Day (yawm)" is repeated 365 times in singular form, while its plural and dual forms "days (ayyam and yawmayn)" together are repeated 30 times. The number of repetitions of the word "month" (shahar) is 12.

The number of repetitions of the words "plant" and "tree" is the same: 26

The word "payment or reward" is repeated 117 times, while the expression "forgiveness" (mughfirah), which is one of the basic morals of the Qur'an, is repeated exactly twice that amount, 234 times.

When we count the word "Say," we find it appears 332 times. We arrive at the same figure when we count the phrase "they said."

The number of times the words, "world" (dunya) and "hereafter" (akhira) are repeated is also the same: 115

The word "satan" (shaitan) is used in the Qur'an 88 times, as is the word "angels" (malaika).

The word faith (iman) (without genitive) is repeated 25 times throughout the Qur'an as is also the word infidelity (kufr).

The words "paradise" and "hell" are each repeated 77 times.

The word "zakah" is repeated in the Qur'an 32 times and the number of repetitions of the word "blessing" (barakah) is also 32.

The expression "the righteous" (al-abraar) is used 6 times but "the wicked" (al-fujjaar) is used half as much, i.e., 3 times.

The number of times the words "Summer-hot" and "winter-cold" are repeated is the same: 5.

The words "wine" (khamr) and "intoxication" (saqara) are repeated in the Qur'an the same number of times: 6

The number of appearances of the words "mind" and "light" is the same: 49.

The words "tongue" and "sermon" are both repeated 25 times.

The words "benefit" and "corrupt" both appear 50 times.

"Reward" (ajr) and "action" (fail) are both repeated 107 times.

"Love" (al-mahabbah) and "obedience" (al-ta'ah) also appear the same number of times: 83

The words "refuge" (maseer) and "for ever" (abadan) appear the same number of times in the Qur'an: 28.

The words "disaster" (al-musibah) and "thanks" (al-shukr) appear the same number of times in the Qur'an: 75.

"Sun" (shams) and "light" (nur) both appear 33 times in the Qur'an.

In counting the word "light" only the simple forms of the word were included.
The number of appearances of "right guidance" (al-huda) and "mercy" (al-rahma) is the same: 79

The words "trouble" and "peace" are both repeated 13 times in the Qur'an.

The words "man" and "woman" are also employed equally: 23 times.

Will they not ponder the Qur'an? If it had been from other than Allah, they would have found many inconsistencies in it.
(Qur'an, 4:82)

The number of times the words "man" and "woman" are repeated in the Qur'an, 23, is at the same time that of the chromosomes from the egg and sperm in the formation of the human embryo. The total number of human chromosomes is 46; 23 each from the mother and father.

"Treachery" (khiyanah) is repeated 16 times, while the number of repetitions of the word "foul" (khabith) is 16.

"Human being" is used 65 times: the sum of the number of references to the stages of man's creation is the same: i.e.

Human being 65

Soil (turab) 17

Drop of Sperm (nutfah) 12

Embryo ('alaq) 6

A half formed lump of flesh (mudghah) 3

Bone ('idham) 15

Flesh (lahm) 12

TOTAL 65

The word "salawat" appear five times in the Qur'an, and Allah has commanded man to perform the prayer (salat) five times a day.

The word "land" appears 13 times in the Qur'an and the word "sea" 32 times, giving a total of 45 references. If we divide that number by that of the number of references to the land we arrive at the figure 28.888888888889%. The number of total references to land and sea, 45, divided by the number of references to the sea in the Qur'an, 32, is 71.111111111111%. Extraordinarily, these figures represent the exact proportions of land and sea on the Earth today.238
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ghostofgauss
 
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Reply Thu 13 Oct, 2005 07:42 pm
This sounds like numerology to me. Most of that could just be carefully planned writing. And surely there are some very similar words that could be translated as such or something going on there that makes it somewhat subjective.
Kasaova
 
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Reply Fri 14 Oct, 2005 01:25 am
ghostofgauss wrote:
This sounds like numerology to me. Most of that could just be carefully planned writing. And surely there are some very similar words that could be translated as such or something going on there that makes it somewhat subjective.


So you're saying people that lived 1400 years ago, could have predicted land and water mass on earth, chromosomes from the egg and sperm in the formation of the human embryo? also I don't believe its subjective as you word is still the same when it was written 1400 years ago and in Arabic it still has the same meaning, I understand Arabic however when you translate it to English you don't really get the more correct connotation to the word. In Arabic the words all make sense more so then in the English translation.
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kho
 
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Reply Fri 14 Oct, 2005 11:30 am
interesting, very interesting
and also in Quran, you can find alot of scientific stuff, and physics theories hided in it
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Brandon9000
 
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Reply Fri 14 Oct, 2005 11:36 am
In the Middle Ages, some of the world's greatest mathematicians lived in Arabia. The word, "algebra," for instance, comes from the Arabic word "al-jabr" meaning "the reunion of broken parts.''
Kasaova
 
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Reply Fri 14 Oct, 2005 02:31 pm
Brandon9000 wrote:
In the Middle Ages, some of the world's greatest mathematicians lived in Arabia. The word, "algebra," for instance, comes from the Arabic word "al-jabr" meaning "the reunion of broken parts.''


If it wasn't for Arabs we would still be using Roman numerals, and western civilization would probably be living in the slumps of European hill-sides. Arabs where translation all sorts of works into Arabic, some which may have been lost for ever if it wasn't complied by Arabs. However now Arab affairs are in a pretty sad state. Back in the day scholars who translated works into Arabic would get a wealth of gold equal to the weight of the book they translated.
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Levi
 
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Reply Sat 15 Oct, 2005 09:40 pm
Let's try the same with Moby Dick.
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Tryagain
 
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Reply Mon 17 Oct, 2005 04:53 pm
Levi wrote:
Let's try the same with Moby Dick.



Moby Dick:

Chapter One 333 words - half of 666 the mark of evil.

Number of characters - 1586. 1-5=4 - 8=4 - 6=2. 2*333=666

First three lines characters (with spaces) 263. 2*6=12*3=36. 3 sixes = 666

Number of characters with spaces - (page) 1,666

Number of lines - 36. 3 sixes = 666

Last paragraph characters = 312. 3*12=36. 3 sixes = 666


You have been warned :wink:
Kasaova
 
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Reply Tue 18 Oct, 2005 10:42 am
Tryagain wrote:
Levi wrote:
Let's try the same with Moby Dick.



Moby Dick:

Chapter One 333 words - half of 666 the mark of evil.

Number of characters - 1586. 1-5=4 - 8=4 - 6=2. 2*333=666

First three lines characters (with spaces) 263. 2*6=12*3=36. 3 sixes = 666

Number of characters with spaces - (page) 1,666

Number of lines - 36. 3 sixes = 666

Last paragraph characters = 312. 3*12=36. 3 sixes = 666


You have been warned :wink:



You lied, this is not true.
Tryagain
 
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Reply Wed 19 Oct, 2005 10:08 am
… tolerance my friend, an understanding for ideas that are not your own in a free society.

Moby Dick re-visited. (First line)

Call me Ishmael. Some years ago - never mind how long precisely - having little or no


First three words: Call(4) me(2) Ishmael(7) 4+2=6*7=42 4+2=6 three words=666

Second three words: Some(4) years(5) ago(3) 4+5+3=12*3(words)=36 3 sixes=666

Third three words: never(5) mind(4) how(3) 5+4+3 =12*3(words)=36 3 sixes=666

Last six words: long precisely - having little or no = 30 characters
30+6(words)=36 3 sixes 666


Quid pro quos.
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aneeza
 
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Reply Mon 18 May, 2009 01:40 pm
aswb my brothers and sisters this is very convincing that ALLAH nd his prophets are true and did not come out of the blue..................
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hakeem
 
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Reply Tue 25 Aug, 2009 03:39 am
very interesting.i request my brothers and sisters to go through the quran and life of prophet mohammed peace be upon him before commenting on a text revered by about 2 billion people
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Tryagain
 
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Reply Tue 25 Aug, 2009 11:59 am
السلام عليكم As-Salāmu `Alaykum from A to K =

Allah (Alhamdulillah) to Kismet; beware the Infidel. Shalom Aleichem.
Muhammad abid nabi
 
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Reply Mon 22 Mar, 2010 04:14 am
@Brandon9000,
So what, it is not only mathematics but its combination with modern science that was not surely discovered then.
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Muhammad abid nabi
 
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Reply Tue 23 Mar, 2010 12:10 am
@Kasaova,
That is'nt logical.
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Tryagain
 
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Reply Wed 24 Mar, 2010 06:22 am
Take for example: Muhammad abid nabi.

Give a numeric value to each letter of his name: A=1 etc...

Total 108


First Epistle of the Second Book of Horace; line 108

God bless our good and gracious math,
Whose promise none relies on;
Whoever said such a foolish thing,
Was indeed a very wise one.


Prophet Mohammed peace be upon him.
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hafeeztahir
 
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Reply Sun 11 Jul, 2010 12:15 pm
although mathematics in the quaran is a valuable indicator of its authenticity yet it is just a small indicator. Quran is a beacon of light and it authenticity lies in its message which is universal and is the only flawless law for human existance. It's language is the highest form of literature and yet easyl to understand.
muhummadrohan
 
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Reply Fri 16 Jul, 2010 12:06 pm
Assalamualaikum wrb Brothers and Greetings to sincere seekers,

There is one God , Muhummad(pbuh) is his prophet and that the Quran is true.

It is true because it invites us to believe in one God as our real selves realise and further to then pray to God and be charitable to the poor. What can be clearer than that. So we are not confused by the media distortions of Islam nor seduced by other religions which may be appealing though ultimately false we have a benchmark which is a book called the Quran which is a miraculous book from God and as much a miracle as raising the dead.

As a Mathematician, the miracle of the Index is extremely significant ... eg :

The Holy Quran is divided into 114 suras (chapters) each subdivided into between 3 and 286 (ayats):

Let us assign a value Sn, An to each of the 114 chapters depending on its order and number of verses.

Referring to the Quran it is observed that (S1,A1), (S2,A2) .........(S114,A114) = (1,7) , (2,286) ....... (114,6).

Total (S1+S2+..S114) is found to be 6555 and Total(A1+A2+...A114) is found to be 6236.
Consider the sum of each sura and ayat, i.e (S1+A1), (S2+A2)

If odd put in one column -
If even put the sums in another column

Then the totals of all the odd sums is found to be 6555 and the total of the even sums is found is founds 6236. This can be verified with a Quran.

Imagine having two bags one has 6555 fair coins another has 6236 coins all mixed up and tossed in the air and exactly 6555 land heads and 6236 land tails. This is so improbable as to constitute a miracle. Unlike other numeric claims which are difficult to verify . This is verifiable -(a copy of the quaran and O level maths) and 100% true.

Furthermore the Quran itself asks one to consider the even and the odd (see verse 89:3).

(For the mathematician/those with a knowledge of Prime density):

That both Sum1-114 (Sn+An) and Sum1-114(SnAn) are primes is highly significant. The Quran's Index is also binary symmetric, and binary symmetric with respect to both Prime and Perfect numbers - See the work of Dr Ayedmar http://www.simetrikkitap.com/binary/binary.html

Best Wishes
Muhummad Rohan






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muhummadrohan
 
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Reply Fri 16 Jul, 2010 12:22 pm
@ghostofgauss,
Assalamualaikum wrb Brothers and Greetings to sincere seekers,

There is one God , Muhummad(pbuh) is his prophet and that the Quran is true.

It is true because it invites us to believe in one God as our real selves realise and further to then pray to God and be charitable to the poor. What can be clearer than that. So we are not confused by the media distortions of Islam nor seduced by other religions which may be appealing though ultimately false we have a benchmark which is a book called the Quran which is a miraculous book from God and as much a miracle as raising the dead.

As a Mathematician, the miracle of the Index is extremely significant ... eg :

The Holy Quran is divided into 114 suras (chapters) each subdivided into between 3 and 286 (ayats):

Let us assign a value Sn, An to each of the 114 chapters depending on its order and number of verses.

Referring to the Quran it is observed that (S1,A1), (S2,A2) .........(S114,A114) = (1,7) , (2,286) ....... (114,6).

Total (S1+S2+..S114) is found to be 6555 and Total(A1+A2+...A114) is found to be 6236.
Consider the sum of each sura and ayat, i.e (S1+A1), (S2+A2)

If odd put in one column -
If even put the sums in another column

Then the totals of all the odd sums is found to be 6555 and the total of the even sums is found is founds 6236. This can be verified with a Quran.

Imagine having two bags one has 6555 fair coins another has 6236 coins all mixed up and tossed in the air and exactly 6555 land heads and 6236 land tails. This is so improbable as to constitute a miracle. Unlike other numeric claims which are difficult to verify . This is verifiable -(a copy of the quaran and O level maths) and 100% true.

Furthermore the Quran itself asks one to consider the even and the odd (see verse 89:3).

(For the mathematician/those with a knowledge of Prime density):

That both Sum1-114 (Sn+An) and Sum1-114(SnAn) are primes is highly significant. The Quran's Index is also binary symmetric, and binary symmetric with respect to both Prime and Perfect numbers - See the work of Dr Ayedmar http://www.simetrikkitap.com/binary/binary.html

Best Wishes
Muhummad Rohan

PS Gauss was a great mathematician, You have chosen an intelligent role model from which I infer that you are intelligent please use your intellect to verify my claims and then come to Islam and have as a role model the most noble of creation the Prophet Muhummad (saw) who said something like the "best of you now in Islam was the best of you in the time of ignorance" and use your intellect to advance the cause of God and get an immense reward in this world and the one to come. Please accept the invitation to come to Islam - All you need to do is say "There is one God and that Muhummad(pbuh) is his prophet" and then act upon it by saying your prayers and giving charity.
Mohammad Sohail
 
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Reply Tue 8 Nov, 2011 05:25 am
@hafeeztahir,
Beautiful comment Tahir Hafeez brother
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