Muhammad Al Assadi vs. Ali Sina
Skies like Smoke: Did Muhammad speak of the Big
Then Marduk slew Kingu, the rebellious and incestuous son of Tiamat and with his
blood he created the human race to serve as slaves
to the gods. (This is the origin of humans as slave of God advocated in
Islam. Virtually nothing in Islam is new. Everything is borrowed from
The depictions of Tiamat are often enshrouded in clouds.
Clouds represent the state of disorder.
Cephalomancy and Mystic Etchings - 8:25]
As Marduk lies.. Dreaming
A vision of chaos..
Filled with dread.. Fear
Awaken to see.. Dreams
Cthulhu lying upon bodies of men
Upon time to cross..
Saw burning.. Gods
Upon corpse of Tiamat
Sixty times water of life
As she may call to Ancient gods
Hearken Tiamat! and know as I
speak this unto you I am he whom hath restored your life. Go forth
unto your Ancient brethren and speak unto them I have seen their
faces in death. With all powers of Cephalomancy I have conjured
visions of the future and it is one of unlife. Know that the mighty
Cthulhu shall consume all and all shall be as dead but not dreaming.
Tiamat did rear up upon the body of Marduk and she
did become as smoke unto winds.
Marduk did begin his journey upon the realm of men and did become as
man himself. Between space he flew as light between stars unto the
sphere of Kia he did become. And so he did set out among men to find
the key to the gates of baneful mighty Cthulhu.
This is the smoke Muhammad is
talking about not the gaseous state in which the universe had been 13
billion years ago. Muhammad is rehashing the old fables of the pagans.
There is nothing scientific in what this man said.
Muhammad was an unlettered and ignorant
man. His knowledge was limited to the stories that he had heard that
comprised the myths and legends of the Arabs and the anecdotes of the
Bible. In composing his own book of fables, he liberally alluded to those
stories and without being specific he mentioned them casually and in
passing. The reason he does not go in to detail is because his knowledge
of things is very superficial. I don't know much about nuclear physics but
I can say, "can't you see how dangerous is the atomic bomb".
This does not make me a nuclear scientist. It would be utterly stupid to
try to find esoteric meanings in what this ignoramus man said.
boastfully claimed that the Quran is a perspicuous book 5:15,
explained in detail 6:114,
conveyed clearly, 5:16,
easy to understand 44:58
in which there is no doubt 2:1
Can we say the verses 41:9-12 are clear? Unless one
has smoked hashish, there is no way to say this smoke Muhammad is talking
about is the same hot gasses that were the primordial plasma of the universe.
The only thing clear about the Quran is that it is a stupid book.
Among all these “scientific miracles” that
Muslims trumpet that they have found in the Quran, which one qualifies to
be called clear and easily understandable? Why Allah, if he is really the
maker of this universe and knows everything, never said anything clear,
except when he ordered people to raid and loot?
Why he did not say in clear language, for example: “The Earth is round
and it revolves around the Sun”, “The Universe is 14 billion years old
and it is born in a cosmic explosion”,
“Humans and all the creatures are the product of evolution” or
“Stars are suns, very much like your own sun but in far away places.” This
is how clear statements should look, not the gobbledygook scribbled in the
Quran. The Quran is full of stupidities: “Sky is a dome supported by invisible pillars", "stars
are adornments hanging from the lower dome of the sky (as if they are Christmas
lights) and the they are also used to shoot the jins who climb to heaven
to listen to the conversation of the Exalted Assembly:, "The Moon is
above the stars", "mountains are pegs to keep the earth from
shaking", or other silly talks like these. These are not scientific.
There is a poem in Persian that says: “You are so
much in my thoughts that anyone I see from afar, I
think it’s you”. This is the problem with Muslims. They are so much
obsessed with the Quran that they see miracles all over it. One example of
that was the claim that the seven layers of atmosphere as determined by meteorologists
was foretold in the Quran. This claim was
originally made by Harun Yahya. After I wrote the article
about the seven layers showing the inanity of this claim, he removed
it from his site. However, there are still a couple of Islamic sites that
carry that article.
Virtually all the so called “scientific miracles”
of the Quran are bogus and have been refuted. There are no scientific
miracles in that book of asininity. It’s the wishful thinking of Muslims
that makes them see science and miracles in the most moronic verses of the
All it takes to show that the Quran is not from God
is to find one error in it. When hundreds of errors have been found in it,
even if you find something “miraculous” (which you can't) it won’t prove that the Quran is from God. If it was from God, it
would have been error free and it is not.
The answer to the question "how could Muhammad
know" is: "he did not know". Your premise that he said
something scientific is false. If I tell you I have magical powers
otherwise how do you explain the fact that I can fly, I must first prove
that I can fly. Until then my question is moot. No scientific miracles
have been established in the Quran. All such claims are bogus and wishful
thinking. Therefore this question is meaningless.