Tuesday, September 13, 2011

The Story of Creation (15 – C): Creation Miracles, Birds, Wild Animals, and Insects Signs in the Holy Quran…


1.    Creation Miracles
2.    Birds Soaring
3.    Hoopoe
4.    Raven
5.    Zebras
6.    Whales Fall
7.    Ants Warning
8.    The Mosquito
9.    Spider house
10.  The Bee
11.  Housefly

1.    Creation Miracles

Too many Atheists insist on asking for a miracle so they might believe, although it’s in God’s hands only so they believe, but there is a daily miracle that happens almost billions of times every day in front of us without noticing.

This miracle is mentioned in the following verse:

ان الله فالق الحب والنوى يخرج الحي من الميت ومخرج الميت من الحي ذلكم الله فانى تؤفكون

Verily! It is Allâh Who causes the seed-grain and the fruit-stone (like date-stone) to split and sprout. He brings forth the living from the dead, and it is He Who brings forth the dead from the living. Such is Allâh, then how are you deluded away from the truth? (6:95)

As example of this miracle, is the Chicken which is the living thing delivering the Egg, which is the dead thing, and then the Egg break into a little chick which is the living thing again. Knowing the Egg is a small container of Carbohydrates, Fat, Protein, water, Vitamins and Minerals. [1]

Sunday, September 11, 2011

The Story of Creation (15 - B) – Cattle Division, Creation, Colors, Benefits, Milk Production in Holy Quran…


1.    Ungulate (Mammals  Division)
2.    Cattle Creation
3.    Cattle Domestication
4.    Cattle Coloring
5.    Cattle for Riding
6.    Cattle Benefits
7.    Camel Creation
8.    Cattle Milking

1.    Ungulate (Mammals  Division)


Quoted from Wikipedia - Ungulate

Perissodactyla and Artiodactyla comprise the largest portion of ungulates, and also include the majority of large land mammals. These two groups first appeared during the late Paleocene and early Eocene (about 54 million years ago), rapidly spreading to a wide variety of species on numerous continents, and have developed in parallel since that time.[1]

Quoted from: Exploring Family Tree - Uncovering ungulate taxonomy

All ungulates are mammals (Class Mammalia) - a group of warm-blooded (endothermic) animals with backbones. Taxonomically, mammals are animals (Kingdom Animalia) and belong to the Phylum Chordata, Subphylum Vertebrata. Mammals can be distinguished from other animals by the presence of milk-producing skin glands - these mammary glands, for which the Class Mammalia is named, are found in every mammal and nowhere else in the Animal Kingdom. Many other characters are used to diagnose mammals, including the presence of hair, three middle ear bones, and a four-chambered heart.

The easiest way to distinguish the two types of ungulates is to look at their feet (and hooves): Perissodactyls (generally) have an odd number of toes on each foot, while "artiodactyls" (the ungulates within Cetartiodactyla) usually possess an even number of toes on each foot. Despite the even-odd differentiation, there are exceptions to the rule: for instance, both tapirs (Perissodactyla: Tapiridae) and some peccaries (Cetartiodactyla: Tayassuidae) have four toes (and hooves) on their front feet, and three on the rear. [2]