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    Re: Could You Imagine The Power of Almighty Allah swt

    Originally posted by talibilm09 View Post
    You Told the truth

    55: 26-27 '' Whatsoever is on it (the earth) will perish. But will abide (for ever) the Face of thy Lord,- full of Majesty, Bounty and Honour.''

    Who could tell more Truth than Allah Al Khaliq ???? Yes, All the below the at least (minimum) 8.7 million species will die EXCEPT The Al Muthakabbir

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0823180459.htm


    Eight million, seven hundred thousand species (give or take 1.3 million).

    That is a new, estimated total number of species on Earth -- the most precise calculation ever offered -- with 6.5 million species found on land and 2.2 million (about 25 percent of the total) dwelling in the ocean depths.

    Announced today by Census of Marine Life scientists, the figure is based on an innovative, validated analytical technique that dramatically narrows the range of previous estimates. Until now, the number of species on Earth was said to fall somewhere between 3 million and 100 million.

    Furthermore, the study, published by PLoS Biology, says a staggering 86% of all species on land and 91% of those in the seas have yet to be discovered, described and catalogued.


    Says lead author Camilo Mora of the University of Hawaii and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada: "The question of how many species exist has intrigued scientists for centuries and the answer, coupled with research by others into species' distribution and abundance, is particularly important now because a host of human activities and influences are accelerating the rate of extinctions. Many species may vanish before we even know of their existence, of their unique niche and function in ecosystems, and of their potential contribution to improved human well-being."

    "This work deduces the most basic number needed to describe our living biosphere," says co-author Boris Worm of Dalhousie University. "If we did not know -- even by an order of magnitude (1 million? 10 million? 100 million?) -- the number of people in a nation, how would we plan for the future?"

    "It is the same with biodiversity. Humanity has committed itself to saving species from extinction, but until now we have had little real idea of even how many there are."

    Dr. Worm notes that the recently-updated Red List issued by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature assessed 59,508 species, of which 19,625 are classified as threatened. This means the IUCN Red List, the most sophisticated ongoing study of its kind, monitors less than 1% of world species.

    The research is published alongside a commentary by Lord Robert May of Oxford, past-president of the UK's Royal Society, who praises the researchers' "imaginative new approach."

    "It is a remarkable testament to humanity's narcissism that we know the number of books in the US Library of Congress on 1 February 2011 was 22,194,656, but cannot tell you -- to within an order-of-magnitude -- how many distinct species of plants and animals we share our world with," Lord May writes.

    "(W)e increasingly recognize that such knowledge is important for full understanding of the ecological and evolutionary processes which created, and which are struggling to maintain, the diverse biological riches we are heir to. Such biodiversity is much more than beauty and wonder, important though that is. It also underpins ecosystem services that -- although not counted in conventional GDP -- humanity is dependent upon."

    Drawing conclusions from 253 years of taxonomy since Linnaeus

    Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus created and published in 1758 the system still used to formally name and describe species. In the 253 years since, about 1.25 million species -- roughly 1 million on land and 250,000 in the oceans -- have been described and entered into central databases (roughly 700,000 more are thought to have been described but have yet to reach the central databases).

    To now, the best approximation of Earth's species total was based on the educated guesses and opinions of experts, who variously pegged the figure in a range from 3 to 100 million -- wildly differing numbers questioned because there is no way to validate them.

    Drs. Mora and Worm, together with Dalhousie colleagues Derek P. Tittensor, Sina Adl and Alastair G.B. Simpson, refined the estimated species total to 8.7 million by identifying numerical patterns within the taxonomic classification system (which groups forms of life in a pyramid-like hierarchy, ranked upwards from species to genus, family, order, class, phylum, kingdom and domain).

    Analyzing the taxonomic clustering of the 1.2 million species today in the Catalogue of Life and the World Register of Marine Species, the researchers discovered reliable numerical relationships between the more complete higher taxonomic levels and the species level.

    Says Dr. Adl: "We discovered that, using numbers from the higher taxonomic groups, we can predict the number of species. The approach accurately predicted the number of species in several well-studied groups such as mammals, fishes and birds, providing confidence in the method."


    Let praise Allah Ar Rabbul aalameen
    , ''Yaa Hameedun Majeed '' ,
    The Self Glorious The All-Praiseworthy, All-Glorious."
    :sub:
    Surah Taha, Verse 69:

    وَأَلْقِ مَا فِي يَمِينِكَ تَلْقَفْ مَا صَنَعُوا إِنَّمَا صَنَعُوا كَيْدُ سَاحِرٍ وَلَا يُفْلِحُ السَّاحِرُ حَيْثُ أَتَىٰ

    "And throw that which is in your right hand! It will swallow up that which they have made. That which they have made is only a magician's trick,
    and the magician will never be successful, no matter whatever amount (of skill) he may attain."

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      #32
      Re: Could You Imagine The Power of Almighty Allah swt

      :salams

      https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0823180459.htm

      Eight million, seven hundred thousand species (give or take 1.3 million).

      That is a new, estimated total number of species on Earth -- the most precise calculation ever offered -- with 6.5 million species found on land and 2.2 million (about 25 percent of the total) dwelling in the ocean depths.

      Announced today by Census of Marine Life scientists, the figure is based on an innovative, validated analytical technique that dramatically narrows the range of previous estimates. Until now, the number of species on Earth was said to fall somewhere between 3 million and 100 million.

      Furthermore, the study, published by PLoS Biology, says a staggering 86% of all species on land and 91% of those in the seas have yet to be discovered, described and catalogued.

      Says lead author Camilo Mora of the University of Hawaii and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada: "The question of how many species exist has intrigued scientists for centuries and the answer, coupled with research by others into species' distribution and abundance, is particularly important now because a host of human activities and influences are accelerating the rate of extinctions. Many species may vanish before we even know of their existence, of their unique niche and function in ecosystems, and of their potential contribution to improved human well-being."

      "This work deduces the most basic number needed to describe our living biosphere," says co-author Boris Worm of Dalhousie University. "If we did not know -- even by an order of magnitude (1 million? 10 million? 100 million?) -- the number of people in a nation, how would we plan for the future?"

      "It is the same with biodiversity. Humanity has committed itself to saving species from extinction, but until now we have had little real idea of even how many there are."

      Dr. Worm notes that the recently-updated Red List issued by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature assessed 59,508 species, of which 19,625 are classified as threatened. This means the IUCN Red List, the most sophisticated ongoing study of its kind, monitors less than 1% of world species.

      The research is published alongside a commentary by Lord Robert May of Oxford, past-president of the UK's Royal Society, who praises the researchers' "imaginative new approach."

      "It is a remarkable testament to humanity's narcissism that we know the number of books in the US Library of Congress on 1 February 2011 was 22,194,656, but cannot tell you -- to within an order-of-magnitude -- how many distinct species of plants and animals we share our world with," Lord May writes.

      "(W)e increasingly recognize that such knowledge is important for full understanding of the ecological and evolutionary processes which created, and which are struggling to maintain, the diverse biological riches we are heir to. Such biodiversity is much more than beauty and wonder, important though that is. It also underpins ecosystem services that -- although not counted in conventional GDP -- humanity is dependent upon."

      Drawing conclusions from 253 years of taxonomy since Linnaeus

      Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus created and published in 1758 the system still used to formally name and describe species. In the 253 years since, about 1.25 million species -- roughly 1 million on land and 250,000 in the oceans -- have been described and entered into central databases (roughly 700,000 more are thought to have been described but have yet to reach the central databases).

      To now, the best approximation of Earth's species total was based on the educated guesses and opinions of experts, who variously pegged the figure in a range from 3 to 100 million -- wildly differing numbers questioned because there is no way to validate them.

      Drs. Mora and Worm, together with Dalhousie colleagues Derek P. Tittensor, Sina Adl and Alastair G.B. Simpson, refined the estimated species total to 8.7 million by identifying numerical patterns within the taxonomic classification system (which groups forms of life in a pyramid-like hierarchy, ranked upwards from species to genus, family, order, class, phylum, kingdom and domain).

      Analyzing the taxonomic clustering of the 1.2 million species today in the Catalogue of Life and the World Register of Marine Species, the researchers discovered reliable numerical relationships between the more complete higher taxonomic levels and the species level.

      Says Dr. Adl: "We discovered that, using numbers from the higher taxonomic groups, we can predict the number of species. The approach accurately predicted the number of species in several well-studied groups such as mammals, fishes and birds, providing confidence in the method."

      When applied to all five known eukaryote* kingdoms of life on Earth, the approach predicted:

      ~7.77 million species of animals (of which 953,434 have been described and cataloged)
      ~298,000 species of plants (of which 215,644 have been described and cataloged)
      ~611,000 species of fungi (moulds, mushrooms) (of which 43,271 have been described and cataloged)
      ~36,400 species of protozoa (single-cell organisms with animal-like behavior, eg. movement, of which 8,118 have been described and cataloged)~27,500 species of chromista (including, eg. brown algae, diatoms, water moulds, of which 13,033 have been described and cataloged) Total: 8.74 million eukaryote species on Earth.

      (* Notes: Organisms in the eukaryote domain have cells containing complex structures enclosed within membranes. The study looked only at forms of life accorded, or potentially accorded, the status of "species" by scientists. Not included: certain micro-organisms and virus "types," for example, which could be highly numerous.)

      Within the 8.74 million total is an estimated 2.2 million (plus or minus 180,000) marine species of all kinds, about 250,000 (11%) of which have been described and catalogued. When it formally concluded in October 2010, the Census of Marine Life offered a conservative estimate of 1 million+ species in the seas.

      "Like astronomers, marine scientists are using sophisticated new tools and techniques to peer into places never seen before," says Australian Ian Poiner, Chair of the Census' Scientific Steering Committee. "During the 10-year Census, hundreds of marine explorers had the unique human experience and privilege of encountering and naming animals new to science. We may clearly enjoy the Age of Discovery for many years to come."

      "The immense effort entering all known species in taxonomic databases such as the Catalogue of Life and the World Register of Marine Species makes our analysis possible," says co-author Derek Tittensor, who also works with Microsoft Research and the UN Environment Programme's World Conservation Monitoring Centre. "As these databases grow and improve, our method can be refined and updated to provide an even more precise estimate."

      "We have only begun to uncover the tremendous variety of life around us," says co-author Alastair Simpson. "The richest environments for prospecting new species are thought to be coral reefs, seafloor mud and moist tropical soils. But smaller life forms are not well known anywhere. Some unknown species are living in our own backyards -- literally."

      "Awaiting our discovery are a half million fungi and moulds whose relatives gave humanity bread and cheese," says Jesse Ausubel, Vice-President of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and co-founder of the Census of Marine Life. "For species discovery, the 21st century may be a fungal century!"

      Mr. Ausubel notes the enigma of why so much diversity exists, saying the answer may lie in the notions that nature fills every niche, and that rare species are poised to benefit from a change of conditions.

      In his analysis, Lord May says the practical benefits of taxonomic discovery are many, citing the development in the 1970s of a new strain of rice based on a cross between conventional species and one discovered in the wild. The result: 30% more grain yield, followed by efforts ever since to protect all wild varieties of rice, "which obviously can only be done if we have the appropriate taxonomic knowledge."

      "Given the looming problems of feeding a still-growing world population, the potential benefits of ramping up such exploration are clear."

      Based on current costs and requirements, the study suggests that describing all remaining species using traditional approaches could require up to 1,200 years of work by more than 300,000 taxonomists at an approximate cost of $US 364 billion. Fortunately, new techniques such as DNA barcoding are radically reducing the cost and time involved in new species identification.

      Concludes Dr. Mora: "With the clock of extinction now ticking faster for many species, I believe speeding the inventory of Earth's species merits high scientific and societal priority. Renewed interest in further exploration and taxonomy could allow us to fully answer this most basic question: What lives on Earth?"






      Allah Al Khaliq, confirms the above red bolded words in verse 16:8 http://corpus.quran.com/wordbyword.j...ter=16&verse=8

      '
      "And He creates that which you do not know" [16:8]

      Our Shaykh, Mufti Saiful Islam mentions, that the verb used (wayakhluqu) is used for the present tense and the future tense. So this means we can take it as Allah is currently creating that which we don't know and in the future he will carry on creating what we cannot imagine!

      Allahu Akbar.

      To this day, approximately 8.7 MILLION species of life have been discovered. This includes Land animals, Plants, Oceanic animals and insects. That however, is not all.

      Allah swt has told us, he creates that which we have no clue of. National geographic estimates that 86% of Earths species are STILL unknown.

      Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar.

      If the 14% discovered amounts to 8.7 MILLION,

      Only Allah knows about the remaining 86%.

      The Scholars of the Qur'an also mention that Allah is also giving a subtle indication here to the Prophet SallAllahu Alaihi wa Sallam, towards our generation. That such Locomotives, Jet Planes, Cars etc. I will create but you don't know about them. Allah creates them by inspiring Man with the knowledge of how to create them.

      May Allah help us understand the Qur'an.

      May Allah help us love him by loving the Qur'an.
      Last edited by talibilm09; 04-11-17, 11:48 AM.
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        #33
        Re: Could You Imagine The Power of Almighty Allah swt

        :sub:
        Surah Taha, Verse 69:

        وَأَلْقِ مَا فِي يَمِينِكَ تَلْقَفْ مَا صَنَعُوا إِنَّمَا صَنَعُوا كَيْدُ سَاحِرٍ وَلَا يُفْلِحُ السَّاحِرُ حَيْثُ أَتَىٰ

        "And throw that which is in your right hand! It will swallow up that which they have made. That which they have made is only a magician's trick,
        and the magician will never be successful, no matter whatever amount (of skill) he may attain."

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          #34
          Re: Could You Imagine The Power of Almighty Allah swt

          Surah Ash-Shura Ayah 11

          لَيْسَ كَمِثْلِهٖ شَىْ

          "... There is Nothing like unto Him ..."

          Whatever you can imagine he is like, whatever you think his power is like or any attribute of him in your mind, you have underestimated him,

          All praise belongs to him,

          Subhanallah
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          "It does not befit the lion to answer the dogs."

          – Imam al-Shafi’i (Rahimahullah)

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            #35
            Re: Could You Imagine The Power of Almighty Allah swt

            Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post
            Surah Ash-Shura Ayah 11

            لَيْسَ كَمِثْلِهٖ شَىْ

            "... There is Nothing like unto Him ..."

            Whatever you can imagine he is like, whatever you think his power is like or any attribute of him in your mind, you have underestimated him,

            All praise belongs to him,

            Subhanallah
            This is the ULTIMATE truth (bolded in red above) . Nuclear explosion is the mightiest power in our human minds . Will a billion Nuclear Bombs exploding simultaneously could be comparable to Allah's power of destruction ???

            No , they will all go together(vanish) like just a single dust particle in this great black hole,

            NASA observed a massive black hole consume a star millions of times larger than our sun, and created this visualization using the data they collected.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqrzLayirtk




            http://legacy.quran.com/56/73-79

            '' So I swear by Mawaqi (setting or the mansions, etc.) of the stars (they traverse).

            And lo! that verily is a tremendous oath, if ye but knew''


            Late, Scholar Dr Israr Ahmed (rah alay) reiterates , this mightiest oath was about black holes


            Innal hamda
            Wan-ni'mata
            Laka walmulk
            Laa sharika lah.


            Truly the praise
            and the provisions are Yours,
            and so is the dominion and sovereignty
            . There is no partner with You.
            Last edited by talibilm09; 16-11-17, 03:19 PM.
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              #36
              Re: Could You Imagine The Power of Almighty Allah swt

              :jkk:
              Riyad as-Salihin Hadith 1887
              Abu Sa'id Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with him) said:
              The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "The dwellers of Jannah will look at those in the upper abodes above them as you look at a shining star which remains in the eastern or western horizon; such will be the difference in superiority which some of them have over others." The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) was asked: "Will those be the dwellings of the Prophets which no one else will be able to reach?" He (ﷺ) replied, "Yes, but by Him in Whose Hand my soul is! men who believed in Allah and acknowledged the truthfulness of the Messengers will reach them."

              Only Allah () knows best.
              Last edited by tumbirs; 17-11-17, 05:45 PM.

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                #37
                Re: Could You Imagine The Power of Almighty Allah swt

                The potential of a powerful Jinn is to bring the throne (of Sheba) before he () rises from his place, and the Jinns are fended off by projectiles from stars, and that means they have not the ability to withstand or use that which fends them.

                The one that brought the throne (of Sheba) before prophet Sulaiman's () gaze returned to him, was a human scribe by the name of Asif and he learnt it from the scripture of Allah (), and Prophet Sulaiman () acknowledged and declared it the bounty of Allah ().

                Masha'Allah. Today we call this quantum teleportation, it is part of the underlying reality of atoms of which we are made of, this subatomic phenomena cannot be gazed to acquire information of it's path, else it collapses the wave function. This applies to both pilot wave and quantum mechanic studies of the subatomic world.

                Qur'an 16:98 - When thou dost read the Qur'an, seek Allah's protection from Satan the rejected one.
                Qur'an 45:12 - It is Allah who subjected to you the sea (l-baḥra) so that ships may sail upon it by His command and that you may seek of His bounty; and perhaps you will be grateful.
                Qur'an 16:77 - And to Allah belongs the unseen of the heavens and the earth. And the matter of the Hour is not but as a twinkling of the eye, or even nearer. Truly! Allah is Able to do all things.

                Sunan Abi Dawud 4908

                A man cursed the wind. The narrator Muslim's version has: The wind snatched away a man's cloak during the time of the Prophet (ﷺ) and he cursed it. The Prophet (ﷺ) said: Do not curse it, for it is under command, and if anyone curses a thing undeservedly, the curse returns upon him.

                Qur'an 27:38 - He said: "O chiefs! (l-mala-u) Which of you can bring me her throne before they come to me surrendering themselves in obedience?"
                Qur'an 27:39 - A powerful one (Ifreet) from among the jinn said, "I will bring it to you before you rise from your place, and indeed, I am for this [task] strong and trustworthy."
                Qur'an 27:40 - One with whom was knowledge of the Scripture said: I will bring it thee before thy gaze returneth unto thee. And when he saw it set in his presence, (Solomon) said: This is of the bounty of my Lord, that He may try me whether I give thanks or am ungrateful. Whosoever giveth thanks he only giveth thanks for (the good of) his own soul; and whosoever is ungrateful (is ungrateful only to his own soul's hurt). For lo! my Lord is Absolute in independence, Bountiful.

                Qur'an 41:53 - We will show them Our signs in the horizons and within themselves until it becomes clear to them that it is the truth. But is it not sufficient concerning your Lord that He is, over all things, a Witness?

                Alhamdulillah

                Only Allah () knows best.

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                  #38
                  :salams:


                  Glorious Quran 18:109 '' Say (O Muhammad SAW to mankind). "If the sea were ink for (writing) the Words of my Lord, surely, the sea would be exhausted before the Words of my Lord would be finished, even if we brought (another sea) like it for its aid."
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