ARAB MUSLIM SCIENTISTS OBSERVED A LIVE SUPERNOVA 1000 YEARS AGO,
THE RECORD OF THIS OBSERVATION EXISTS EVEN TODAY FOR THE WORLD
ARE OUR MADRASSAS DOING THE SAME THING TODAY WHAT THEY DID THEN?
Islam did not start from a scratch. Islamic Scientists realized that to go forward, they had to study the best of past achievements. Pure knowledge was in Greek language of the intellectual world. Immediately people were ordained to translate these texts so that there could be studies in perspective. Today many Greek masterpieces are known only by their Arabic translation. This process went on and on, over the centuries. Even in times of Emperor Aurangzeb astronomers were collecting the best sources of knowledge. Mutammed Khan was sent by Aurangzeb to Portugal to study astronomy there and translate their books from Portuguese into Arabic language. The same exits to this day. Other astronomers were sent to France by Aurangzeb. Amazing isn’t it, what love of knowledge can do to nations?
Even today Pakistani girls and boys excel all over the world in sciences and other disciplines. To have a free mind, you need not be bottled by Mullah doctrines, nor be secular anarchy. You need to be Muslims and for that knowledge comes first in the fulfillment of Allahs mission. Conquer the world with knowledge!
Ashes from a distant supernova are raining down on Earth: The planet is being pummelled by radioactive debris from an explosion 2,000 light years away
· The Earth is being bombarded with iron isotopes from nearby supernova
· They estimate iron-60 coming from a star cluster 2,000 light years away
· Iron-60 has been found in the ocean crust and was even used by bacteria
· Scientists also say an Arabic scholar spotted a supernova 1,000 years ago
By RICHARD GRAY FOR MAILONLINE
They are titanic explosions that fling out radiation and debris across space.
Now it appears the ashes of a nearby supernova – giant exploding stars – are showering the Earth with material, allowing scientists to reconstruct when and where they happened.
At the same time researchers have also discovered evidence ancient Arabic astronomers living around 1,000 years ago observed a supernova as it happened.