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There is not a thing but glorifies His Praise

Scientists released many new facts which testify that Qur’an is sincere; one of these facts is that everything in this universe has a special sound. Let us read…

Allah Almighty says in the holy verse: (The seven heavens and the earth and all that is therein, glorify Him and there is not a thing but glorifies His Praise. But you understand not their glorification. Truly, He is Ever Forbearing, Oft-Forgiving.){Sûrat Al-Isrâ’-The Journey by Night -verse44}, when we contemplate in this verse we should realize that all creatures glorify Allah Almighty.

These creatures include animals, trees, mountains, plants, stars, water, etc… and they glorify the creator without we understand their glorification.

He Almighty tells us that we don’t understand but He didn’t say we don’t hear because human hearfirst and then realize.

In seas and oceans

Scientists who study marine creatures say that sound is very important to many aquatic creatures; one of these creatures is whales and dolphins who use sound for hunting, navigating and communicating. Toothed whales and baleen whales use sound quite differently. Toothed whales and dolphins (for example killer whales and bottle-nose dolphins) use echolocation for hunting and navigating, while baleen whales (for example humpbacks and blue whales) generally produce a series of sounds which are frequently termed 'songs' that are used for communicating.

 

Scientists say that dolphins are using sound for navigating and communicating between each other

Scientists believe that whale is singing and the songs consist of distinct sequences of groans, moans, roars, sighs and high pitched squeals that may last up to 10 minutes or longer. It is thought these sounds could be used for communicative purposes such as to identify other individuals, for long-range contact and to warn others of threats as well as navigation.But, Muslims believe that these sounds are not only for singing and communicationbut it contains their glorification to Allah Almighty the creator.

To listen to a whale: click here .

Aquatic scientists say that the toothed whales (including dolphins) have a remarkable sensory ability used for locating food and for navigation underwater called echolocation. Toothed whales produce a variety of sounds by moving air between air-spaces or sinuses in the head. Sounds are reflected or echoed back from objects, and these are thought to be received by an oil filled channel in the lower jaw and conducted to the middle ear of the animal.

On the ground

By the use of audio technology, scientists discovered that ants routinely talk to each other in their nests. They found that most ants have a natural washboard and plectrum built into their abdomens that they can rub together to communicate using sound.

Researchers by using microphones and speakers that can be inserted unobtrusively into nests, they established that the queens can issue instructions to their workers…. Glory to Allah!!!!!!

We Muslims can’t come on this piece of information without remembering the holy verse as Allah Almighty tells us 1400 years ago that ants speak to each other.

He Almightydescribe what happened when a group of ants faced the army of prophet Sulaimanwhen they were passing through a valley of ants as He Almighty says: (And there were gathered before Sulaiman (Solomon) his hosts of jinns and men, and birds, and they all were set in battle order (marching forwards)*Till, when they came to the valley of the ants, one of the ants said: "O ants! Enter your dwellings, lest Sulaiman (Solomon) and his hosts crush you, while they perceive not.){Sûrat An-Naml-The Ants -verse17-18}.

On the other hand, researchers who managed to make the first recordings of queen ants “speaking”, also discovered that other insects can mimic the ants to make them slaves.

 

Research several decades ago had shown that ants were able to make alarm calls using sounds, but only now has it been shown that their vocabulary may be much bigger and that they can “talk” to each other.

Professor Jeremy Thomas, of the University of Oxford, said improvements in technology had made the discoveries possible because it meant the ants could be recorded and subjected to playbacks without becoming alarmed.

By placing miniature speakers into the nest and playing back sounds made by a queen, the researchers were able to persuade ants to stand to attention.

To listen to an ant: click here .

Also, Plants are emitting soundsas researchers have developed a computer algorithm that can identify some plant species according to their unique sonar echoes. The experiments were meant to help biologists understand how bats find their favorite fruits or insects, but the research might also help engineers design high-speed systems to identify everything from widgets on conveyor belts to faces in crowds.

Researchers say that Bats might be legally blind, but they can fly straight to a desired fruit tree, even one growing amid dense foliage. They do so using a process called echolocation, in which they send out a series of chirps and then listen very carefully to the returning echoes.

Inspired by this ability researchers in Tübingen, Germany, decided to see if they could invent an artificial system that would perform the same task.

 

The findings will be valuable not only in understanding how bats echolocate, but they should help humans as well. The vast majority of remote-sensing algorithms are based on vision, he says, so if the sonar algorithm can be perfected, one of its advantages will be the ability to function in low light or darkness.

The neuro- ethologist Steven Phelps of the University of Florida, Gainesville, says the research confirms that subtle differences in the qualities of echoes are enough for a bat to tell a spruce tree from a birch tree. "When we say apples and oranges, we generally assume the differences are obvious," he says, but "I can't imagine having to listen for them."

Human by the latest technology can’t know the difference between apple and orange by hearing but bat can differentiate between both of them.

Allah says about Himself: (So blessed be Allah, the Best of creators){Sûrat Al-Mu’minûn-The Believers -verse14}.

In the sky

Scientists have found that the sharp, violin-like sounds of a South American songbird come not from the beak but from a suite of specially evolved, vibrating feathers.

A new study offers the first hard evidence that birds use feathers for audible communication as well as for flight and warmth.

"It was very hard to mess with the birds' feathers and still have them do their display," said Kimberly Bostwick, curator of birds and mammals at the Cornell University of Vertebrates in Ithaca, New York.

 

“The results could lead to better understanding of the newly discovered form of bird communication.” said Bostwick

Also she added “Lots of birds make simple clapping sounds or whooshing noises with their wings, and we haven't even begun to understand how the sounds are made or how they've evolved”.

Indeed,human consider these sounds just a noise but no creature in this universe do anything without a purpose. So Allah Almighty tells us that we don’t understand these sounds by saying: (But you understand not their glorification).){Sûrat Al-Isrâ’-The Journey by Night -verse44}.

To listen to the bird:click here

In universe

Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have found, for the first time, sound waves from a supermassive black hole. The "note" is the deepest ever detected from any object in our Universe. The tremendous amounts of energy carried by these sound waves may solve a longstanding problem in astrophysics.

The black hole resides in the Perseus cluster of galaxies located 250 million light years from Earth. Astronomers obtained a deep Chandra observation that shows ripples in the gas filling the cluster. These ripples are evidence for sound waves that have traveled hundreds of thousands of light years away from the cluster's central black hole.

 

 The Chandra X-ray Observatory detected sound waves rippling through the gas

Over a million billion times deeper than the limits of human hearing, this is the deepest note ever detected from an object in the Universe.

"The Perseus sound waves are much more than just an interesting form of black hole acoustics," says Steve Allen, also of the Institute of Astronomy and a co-investigator in the research. "These sound waves may be the key in figuring out how galaxy clusters, the largest structures in the Universe, grow."

In human cells

In recent experiments using the frontier science of nanotechnology, the researchers have found evidence that yeast cells give off one kind of squeal while mammalian cells may give off another. The research, though still preliminary, is potentially "revolutionary," as one scientist puts it, and a possible, admittedly far-off medical application.

The founder of the study of cell sounds, or "sonocytology," as he calls it, is Jim Gimzewski, a UCLA chemist who has contributed to an art museum's exhibit on molecular structure. The cell sounds idea came to him in 2001 after a medical researcher told him that when living heart cells are placed in a petri dish with appropriate nutrients, the cells will continue to pulsate. Gimzewski began wondering if all cells might beat, and if so, would such tiny vibrations produce a detectable sound. After all, he reasoned, sound is merely the result of a force pushing on molecules, creating a pressure wave that spreads and registers when it strikes the eardrum. He also reasoned that although a noise generated by a cell would not be audible, it might be detected by an especially sensitive instrument.

 

Scientists say that the genetic tape (DNA) inside our bodies emits special vibration as if it is glorifying Allah Almighty, so that it may be affected by glorification. Hence glorifying Allah Almighty may affect the healing of human diseases.

RatneshLal, a neuroscientist and biophysicist at the University of California at Santa Barbara who has studied the pulsations of heart cells kept alive in a dish, says that Gimzewski's nanotechnology expertise may be the key to establishing whether cells produce sound. "The ultimate hope is to use this in diagnostics and prevention," says Lal.

Conclusion

Today, scientist say that from stars to cells, dolphins to crickets, birds and bees to human beings, the universe is alive with melody, sending and receiving waves of sound.

Surprisingly, they say that something so omnipresent and so fundamental has a powerful influence on everything we think and feel.

Isn’t the power of The Almighty creator who says to themankind: (O mankind! Remember the Grace of Allah upon you! Is there any creator other than Allah who provides for you from the sky (rain) and the earth? La ilahaillaHuwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He). How then are you turning away (from Him)?){SûratFâtir-The Originator of Creation -verse3}.

Dear beloved, don’t forget the prophetic advice asProphet Mohamed peace be upon him urges us to keep glorifying Allah Almighty by saying :“glory to Allah and praises to Him”.

After all of the above, we Muslims definitely believe in the following holy verse as He Almighty says: (The seven heavens and the earth and all that is therein, glorify Him and there is not a thing but glorifies His Praise. But you understand not their glorification. Truly, He is Ever Forbearing, Oft-Forgiving.){Sûrat Al-Isrâ’-The Journey by Night -verse44}.

We ask Allah Almighty to make us one of those who glorify His Praise

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By: Abduldaem Al-Kaheel

www.kaheel7.com/eng

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