?THE creation mystery? is a rendition of the holy Quran to ferret out nuggets of science. The author feels Quran encompasses aeonic scientific truth in its sanctum. The book corroborates the veracity of several of such startling revelations. The present book serves a sequel to the author'searlier book, ?The Qura?nic cosmology?. The author asserts that nothing in this entire cosmos can transgress ?the knowledge that was taught to Adam?. To bolster his standpoint, he cites the Vedas that too ?give a similar message ? the entire human knowledge comes from the ?cosmic knowledge pool? created by God?. Everything that a man can conceive is already there with the ?Central Intelligence?.
The jurisprudence of the readers shall introspect the ratiocination of the author. Some readers might tag this as blatant sophistry, some might brush it off considering it a frivolous figment of imagination, and some might fall in line with their credulous mind while some might discover a streak of glimmering truth stashed away hitherto from mankind.
Science itself has been changing statements. Right from Aristotle, Ptolemy and Einstein to Stephen Hawking, all have been vacillating. Then ? ?What we say ?scientific? is also a fiction. ?A fact always remains a fact ? the fact that doesn'tremain a fact is but a fiction. So, isn'tscience a fiction??, reprimands the author.
Every theory needs to be contrapuntally challenged with plausible solutions but it doesn'taugur extermination altogether. The author vindicates the Darwin Theory and establishes why its proponents brandished it to uphold their vendetta. ?Darwin'stheory is not a proven principle of science?..All the three scriptures ? Torah, Bible and the Qura?n ? say that God created Adam?. Stephen Hawking is also meted out a rebuff. The big-bang is also banged out. But discerning readers might find it a far-fetched bumptious proposition. The author harps on a catechism highly dubitable that is bound to heckle its readers. Every prudent reader knows that all theories and axioms however accurate have a flipside to it. Devil'sadvocate might vouch to slander existing mores but the reaction of the populace can'tbe predicted. Any attempt to pander credulous minds might turn awry for the author.
Even a perusal of the book explicates a yet more incorrigible concept. A rattled reader would abhor ramblings to upset his apple cart. The author collates disparate concepts with panache ? ?When the sun is rolled? to imply ?Big Crunch? is far-fetched. The book offers astute sophistry but might fail to sway in populace notwithstanding the plethora of corroborated facts that themselves stand groggy. The truth lies this or that would remain debatable and elusive forever and forever. Many of the men quoted by the author have the locus standi of an advocatus diaboli not enough to gain credence.
The Holy Quran is indeed sacrosanct beyond rebuttal but the imparted rendition in the book to at least some extent stands on slippery ground. Nevertheless reading the book ignites mind with nascent ideas. The book verily offers some plausible solutions and makes an expos? of voids in the existing theories. It is for the readers to pit their jurisprudence if the existing scientific theories should be tolerated with their follies and foibles or the enormity of frivolousness in existing science need to be revamped.
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