## Number of days

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### Re: Number of days

You claim that COSINE is responsible for removing the "relativistic time dilation of the Sun" - I am not asking about the COS() part of your calculation. I am referring specifically about the amount of days BEFORE you make your "adjustment."

So I repeat. How many days are there in 1000 years?
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TheRationalizer wrote:You claim that COSINE is responsible for removing the "relativistic time dilation of the Sun" -

Again no, this is your claim not ours. The cosine comes from trigonometry. We used displacement vectors, so the solution is vectorial. We use trigonometry to solve those vectors.

The equation is: c = 12000 L'/t'. In a correctly defined frame of reference the only measurements that matter are the length of the lunar orbit and Earth day. Your imaginary number of days are irrelevant.

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This is pretty basic stuff. Why is it that you can tell me how many hours in a month, and how many months there are in 1000 years, but you cannot tell me how many days there are in 1000 years? Are you not able to convert hours into days?
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TheRationalizer wrote:This is pretty basic stuff. Why is it that you can tell me how many hours in a month, and how many months there are in 1000 years, but you cannot tell me how many days there are in 1000 years? Are you not able to convert hours into days?

Salam alaikum brother Raef,

Best regards,

Ansar.
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TheRationalizer wrote:I repeat, how many days are there in 1000 years?

He still insists that "Yaruj" means TIME! That is false, it means "man stepping", and the measure of this stepping is called DISTANCE (not time). So he is taking the Quran out of context.

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Raef Fanous wrote:
TheRationalizer wrote:I repeat, how many days are there in 1000 years?

He still insists that "Yaruj" means TIME! That is false, it means "man stepping", and the measure of this stepping is called DISTANCE (not time). So he is taking the Quran out of context.

Brother Raef,

The great Qur'an is full of important and helpful content, yet should not be misused to say something it doesn't.

Why don't you answer his question before assuming things about what he means?

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### Re: Number of days

[Quran 32.5] (Allah) Rules the cosmic affair from the heavens to the Earth. Then this affair travels to Him a distance in one day, at a measure of one thousand years of what you count.

"Araj" means a man with a lame leg; "Yaruj" means a man stepping. This verse particularly says "Yaruj" which means that angels are taking steps: indicating motion of angels. Their steps in one day are equivalent to 1000 years of what the Arabs counted, that is, 12000 lunar orbits. If you and him insist that "Yaruj" indicates TIME then prove it.

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Raef Fanous wrote:

[Quran 32.5] (Allah) Rules the cosmic affair from the heavens to the Earth. Then this affair travels to Him a distance in one day, at a measure of one thousand years of what you count.

"Araj" means a man with a lame leg; "Yaruj" means a man stepping. This verse particularly says "Yaruj" which means that angels are taking steps: indicating motion of angels. Their steps in one day are equivalent to 1000 years of what the Arabs counted, that is, 12000 lunar orbits. If you and him insist that "Yaruj" indicates TIME then prove it.

Brother Raef,

You are being extremely evasive, why?

You yourself are making a conversion, he is just asking a simple question.

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Both of you don't know Arabic and don't know physics then you should have kept your mouths shut.

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Raef Fanous wrote:
Both of you don't know Arabic and don't know physics then you should have kept your mouths shut.

As I said in my other post: you have quite the rude personality.

This website is in English, the forum is in English, please brother Raef, answer the mans question and let him come back with a reply.

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