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-16 1. tiggfigg commented 9 years ago

Silly Canadians.
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+46 2. schlafanzyk commented 9 years ago

How about showing the most interesting part? Like say right between 1:03 and 1:04?
Instead, the video fades out immediately right after things start happening, multiple times... director/producer/editor fail.
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+8 3. loadrunner commented 9 years ago

I like to see how sweet and salt water mix. would it be like that?
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+7 4. Jim777 commented 9 years ago

#2 Yes, you right this is frustrating... too much talk without showing the action properly. :S
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-7 5. kirkelicious commented 9 years ago

# 3 Fun fact: According to Quran, 25:53 sweet and saltwater dont mix.
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0 6. krillemaster commented 9 years ago

but mommy, i wanna see salt and sweet mix :(

#5 the Quran says a lot of stuff
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-2 7. irishgek commented 9 years ago

#5 no it does not it says

He is the one who has set free the two kinds of water, one sweet and palatable, and the other salty and bitter. And He has made between them a barrier and a forbidding partition. (Quran, 25:53)

Looks like something a 5 year old would write In science class , your point is ?
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0 8. h8isgr8 commented 9 years ago

Quran science fail... there are plenty of places on the planet where there is no "barrier" between sweet and salty water and they mix to become brackish water.
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+1 9. Urmensch commented 9 years ago

Muslims like to point to this phenomenon and say that the Quran has scientific knowledge. It only shows their ignorance of the Babylonian myths that were first plagiarised by the Jews to create Genesis, and the Jews were plagiarised by Mohammed in the Quran.
In the Babylonian myth, in the beginning there was only Apsu, the sweet water ocean and Tiamat, the salt water ocean. Apsu was male and Tiamat was female. The god Marduk, one of the children of Tiamat, killed her and split her into two. The upper half of Tiamat was fixed onto the sky to keep the waters above in place.

This myth was an attempt to explain the origin of salty water in the sea, and sweet water that fell from the sky and formed rivers. The idea was that there was a sweet water ocean above, separated by 'the firmament' and this ocean was the source of rain.
Marduk was the first to separate the waters above from below. Then he created the sun, the moon, the planets and the stars. Finally man was created. The Jews stole the story and claimed their god did it, only to have the Arabs claim it later on behalf of their god Allah, as #7 shows in the quote.
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+2 10. kirkelicious commented 9 years ago

#7 I didn't really have a point. Just thought it was interesting.
#9 Thanks for the elaborated reply.
I hope i didn't spark an anti-islamic debate, because islam is as silly as the next religion.
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-1 11. SIZ commented 9 years ago

Don't you see that the water doesnt mix at the beginning and there is a clear line between the to different densities?
So I think there is nothing wrong with what the Quran says.
To be able to know that there is a "barrier" like #7 has quoted is quite impressive if you consider that Quran was sent around the 4th century.
It never said that they will never mix. Thats part of your interpretation.

And #9: There are many scientific facts in the Quran that are approved by non-muslim scientists. Facts that were discovered many centuries after the Quran was sent.
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-1 12. Mourialaid commented 9 years ago

Canadian scientists in Europe are lucky to work on The Large Hadron Collider. They all left to Europe because they realized, in Canada they will only test water mixes! >:)