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« on: Jan 02, 2011 02:40 PM »


A few days ago I read an article on, describing the Physics of the Day of Judgement. I was completely intrigued as I love reading ideas like these and I'm interested in physics as well.

Yesterday I was thinking about some chemistry/physics as I have recently done exams and remembered that atoms are supposed to slightly vibrate, this increases in heat, waves etc etc. Then I thought:

Could atoms possibly vibrate because of their tasbeeh and constant remembrance of Allah?

I think there is a hadith saying that everything from the trees to lightning do tasbeeh in Allah's name, and I wondered if this idea had been put forward before, and if it could possibly make any sense?

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