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Rise and decline of science in Islam

Discussion in 'Discussions about Religion.' started by Devil Within, Dec 24, 2017.

  1. Devil Within

    Devil Within Alfrescian (Inf)

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    BAKU - With about 1.6 billion adherents, Islam is the second largest religion on Earth. Yet, its followers represent less than one percent of the world’s scientists. Only a handful of people from Muslim-majority countries have won Nobel Prizes in science. However, up until the Mongol siege of Baghdad in 1258, Islamic science was the most advanced in the world. In comparison with the past, the modern disparity is staggering. Thus, to understand the present-day lack of scientific accomplishments, we must explore the past. In this installment of a new series, we will go over the rise and decline of Islamic attitudes towards science.

     
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    sohbuckkong Alfrescian Old Timer

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    Very stupid kind of argument u post here.

    How can science n religion mix. Is it possible to mix cheebye with lancheow
     

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