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Monday, 3 December 2012

Science In The Quran


In the past, some people would have probably mocked at the Qur’an, taking it to be a book of 
fairy tales in which ants talk to each other and communicate sophisticated messages. In recent
times however, research has shown us several facts about the lifestyle of ants, which were not
known earlier to humankind. Research has shown that the animals or insects whose lifestyle is
closest in resemblance to the lifestyle of human beings are the ants. This can be seen from the
following findings regarding ants:


(a) The ants bury their dead in a manner similar to the humans.
(b) They have a sophisticated system of division of labour, whereby they have 
managers, supervisors, foremen, workers, etc.
(c) Once in a while they meet among themselves to have a ‘chat’.
(d) They have an advanced method of communication among themselves.
(e) They hold regular ‘markets’ where they exchange goods.
(f) They store grain for long periods in winter and if the grain begins to bud, they cut the roots,
as if they understand that if they leave it to grow, it will rot. If the grain stored by them gets wet
due to rains, they take it out into the sunlight to dry, and once dry, they take it back inside
as though they know that humidity will cause development of root systems which will cause the grain to rot.

 “And before Solomon were marshalled his hosts –
of Jinns and men and birds, and they were all kept
in order and ranks. “At length, when they came
to a (lowly) valley of ants, one of the ants said :
‘O ye ants, get into your habitations
lest Solomon and his hosts crush you (under foot)
without knowing it.’”
(Qur’an 27:17-18)