Wednesday, March 12, 2008

333)Dawood L'Etterman's Top Ten reasons why you should read Easy Nash's blog(for the month of March 2008)

World renowned late night talk show host Dawood L'Etterman's Top Ten reasons why you should read Easy Nash's blog:

No. 10:
Pluralism and Ikhwan al-Safa: If society is to start from a premise that knowledge should be foundational, what form should that knowledge take?:

No. 9:
Basics on the vast distances and sizes in Astronomy:

No. 8:
Abu Yakub al-Sijistani: Cosmologist, Theologian, Philosopher par excellence:

Al-Nitak, Al-Nilam, Mintaka, Betelgeuse, Al-Deberan: Arabic-named stars in nearby constellations in space:

No. 6:
Big Dipper and Little Dipper in the night sky: legacy of Astronomy during Islam's golden era:

No. 5:
One mega-post, encompassing five regular posts, on the pioneering 9th century Muslim scientist Ibn al-Haytham or Alhazen(965CE to 1039CE):

No. 4:
The Death of Science in Islam/What have we forgotten in Islam?-COMBO DELIGHT :

No. 3:
So how old is the Universe anyway, 6000 years or 14 billion(14,000,000,000) years old?; Quotes of Aga Khan IV:

No. 2:
Allegories in Nature: "....a Cosmos full of signs and symbols that evoke the perfection of Allah's creation and mercy"; Quotes of Aga Khans:

No. 1:
And the No. 1 reason why you should read Easy Nash's blog is:

Comprehensive quotes of Aga Khan IV and others relating to knowledge, intellect, creation, science and religion-FROM 2007CE DOWN TO 322BC:

Dawood L'Etterman is the franco-muslim way of saying David Letterman.

Easy Nash

The Qur'an itself repeatedly recommends Muslims to become better educated in order better to understand God's creation: Aga Khan IV(2007)
The Quran tells us that signs of Allah's Sovereignty are found in the contemplation of His Creation: Aga Khan IV(2007)
This notion of the capacity of the human intellect to understand and to admire the creation of Allah will bring you happiness in your everyday lives: Aga Khan IV(2007)
Islam, eminently logical, placing the greatest emphasis on knowledge, purports to understand God's creation: Aga Khan IV(2006)