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Miracles of Islam - Rotation of the Earth

Miracles of Islam - Rotation of the Earth

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Islam Recognized And Accepted 1400years Ago The Fact That The Earth We Sit On Is Rotating Around Its Axis!!!
Islam Recognized And Accepted 1400years Ago The Fact That The Earth We Sit On Is Rotating Around Its Axis!!!

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Miracles of Islam
Rotation of the Planet Earth
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Mountains of the earth are of various types and its existence is crucial to the stability of the earth oval shapeand without it, the earth we know would have been totally different or event non habitable.1.1 1.2 1.3
Initial Shape Current shape (with mountains) Predicted Shape without Mountains
Modern science reveals to us that surface of the earth is covered by a set of tectonic plates of whichMountains of the earth acted as stabilizers to its movement because in general most mountains were formedby the immense pressure of tectonic plates trying to slide from one position to another which at every singleoccurrence the results always generated a high-level degree of earth quakes that might have been followedby tsunamis but fortunately we are lucky that both the frequency and the intensity of such moves and theresults of it have been blocked by the formation of mountains which acted as a stopper that halted thecontinues movement of the plates.A mountain is usually produced by the movement of lithospheric plates, either orogenic movement orepeirogenic movement. The compressional forces, isostatic uplift and intrusion of igneous matter forcessurface rock upward, creating a landform higher than the surrounding features. The height of the featuremakes it either a hill or, if higher and steeper, a mountain. The absolute heights of features termed mountainsand hills vary greatly according to an area's terrain. The major mountains tend to occur in long linear arcs,indicating tectonic plate boundaries and activity. Two types of mountain are formed depending on how therock reacts to the tectonic forces
block mountains or fold mountains.Compressional forces in continental collisions may cause the compressed region to thicken, so the uppersurface is forced upward. To balance the weight of the earth surface, much of the compressed rock is forced
, producing deep "mountain roots". Mountains therefore form downward as well as upward.However, in some continental collisions part of one continent may simply
part of the others,crumpling in the process.
These established facts revealed to us that mountains are deeply rooted into the earth which means that aunilateral movement of mountains without affecting the earth
body shape and stability is impossible! Andas a result to this equation, if mountains of the earth are on the move (constantly) as indicated in the Holy
then the movement needs to be in coordination with earth’s rotational movement
otherwise if notso and the movement is unilateral then the mountains roots will disintegrate and the mountains will
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crumbles and the tectonic plates elevates hence the pushing force of the mountain root from beneath willneed a space to accommodate as illustrated below in Picture 1.1
Picture 1.1 Consequences of Mountains Unilateral MovementPicture 1.2 Consequences of Mountains and earth dual Movement
The only possible way for mountain to be moving is to move dually / equally
along with earth’s movement otherwise
destruction is eminent

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