Layers of the Earth

If the thickness of the upper layer of the Earth increases by some few kilometers, it will consume the available oxygen and it would be difficult to man, animals and plant to survive. The oxygen forms %8.88 of the weigh of water and the rest is hydrogen and carbon dioxide. If the amount if hydrogen increases by doubling itself, it would be difficult to make oxygen available and water would have over flooded the whole earth. If the daytime becomes length, the sun would have burnt all the plants on the earth. Therefore, Night and Daytime succeed each other so that to make it possible for the live beings to survive on the earth. We have to know that on some plants, the daytime is longer than our Daytime by ten tomes. Some of the plants have the Daytime as the permanent state of affairs whereas some other plants have the Night as the permanent and constant condition. Source: “The book of Monotheism” Part I By: Shaikh Abdel Majeed Elzinadani Dr. Mansoor Mohammed Hasab El Nabi, the head of the physics Dept. in Ascandaria University, says, till now science does not know what is meant by the seven skies and the seven earths. But we can inter from the Quranic verse “Allah is He who created seven Firmaments and of the earth a similar number. Through the midst of them (all) descends His command: that you may know that Allah has power over all things, and that Allah comprehends all things in His knowledge” [65:12] that there are other six earth and each earth has its own sky. Another thing which supports this inference is the saying of the prophet Mohammed (PBUH) “O Allah; the Lord of the seven skies and what they shaded and the Lord of the earths and what they loaded with” Each earth has a sky over it “And of the earth a similar number”. However, the commands of All descends to those skies and earths, may mean that there are other creatures on those earths which may be discovered in the near future. This maybe inferred from the saying of Quran “And among His signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the living creatures that he has scattered through then and he has power to gather them together then together when he wills” [42:29] We understand from this Quranic sign that there is a possibility of gathering those different worlds together. It maybe either this life or in the hereafter. It is worth mentioning that the term “Praise be to God, the Cherishes and Sustainer of the worlds” has been mentioned seven times as follow [1:2], [6:45], [10:10], [37:182], [39:57], [40:65] and [45:36]. This shows a correlation between the number of the worlds created by Allah and the number of times they are mentioned in Quran. Particularly the last one of them says, “Then Praise be to God, Lord of the heavens and Lord of the earth, Lord and Chevisher of all the worlds” [45:36]. It means that he is the lord of all the worlds. Source: “Sciences in Quran” By: Dr. Mohammed El habbal and Dr. Migdad M. Eljawari.