The Quran and Cloud Seeding
We send fertilizing winds, and bring down rain from the sky for you to drink. It is not you who hold its reserves.
- This verse is scientifically correct. It describes the natural phenomenon of winds and rainfall, and highlights the fact that human beings do not control these resources. The Quranic verse states that Allah (God) sends “fertilizing winds” and “rain from the sky” for people to drink. This is consistent with the scientific understanding of how rainfall occurs. Rainfall is formed when water vapor in the air condenses and falls to the ground in the form of precipitation, such as rain or snow. The process of condensation is aided by the movement of air, which is often driven by winds. Furthermore, the verse acknowledges that human beings do not control these natural resources. This is also scientifically accurate. While we have developed methods to collect and store rainwater, we cannot create rainfall or control the direction of the wind. Thus, this verse reminds us of the importance of being grateful for the natural resources that sustain us and recognizing our limitations in controlling them.
Reference : Wikipedia, Cloud Seeding
The Quran is considered to be a book of signs or “ayahs” by Muslims. The word “ayah” literally means “a sign” or “a miracle” in Arabic. The Quran is believed to contain many signs or miracles, which can be seen as both literal and metaphorical. These signs are believed to provide evidence of the Quran’s divine origin and to serve as guidance for those who read it. Muslims believe that the Quran contains a variety of signs and miracles, such as the creation of the universe, the formation of the human being, and the stories of the prophets.