The Returning Sky

The verse 11 of Sura Tarik in the Qur'an, refers to the "returning" function of the sky.

"By Heaven with its cyclical systems."
(The Qur'an, 86:11)

This word interpreted as "cyclical" in Qur'an translations also has meanings of "sending back" or "returning".

As known, the atmosphere surrounding the Earth consists of many layers. Each layer serves an important purpose for the benefit of life. Research has revealed that these layers have the function of turning the materials or rays they are exposed to back into space or back down to the Earth. Now let us examine with a few examples of this "recycling" function of the layers encircling the Earth.

The troposphere, 13 to 15 kilometers above the Earth, enables water vapor rising from the surface of the Earth to be condensed and turn back as rain.

The ozone layer, at an altitude of 25 kilometers, reflects harmful radiation and ultraviolet light coming from space and turns both back into space.

The ionosphere, reflects radio waves broadcast from the Earth back down to different parts of the world, just like a passive communications satellite, and thus makes wireless communication, radio, and television broadcasting possible over long distances.

The magnetosphere layer turns the harmful radioactive particles emitted by the Sun and other stars back into space before they reach the Earth.

The fact that this property of the atmosphere's layers, that was onlt demonstrated in the recent past was announced centuries ago in the Qur'an, once again demonstrates that the Qur'an is the word of God.

The presence of water is essential for life on Earth. One of the factors acting in the formation of water is the Troposphere, one of the layers of the atmosphere. The troposphere layer enables water vapour rising from the surface of the Earth to be condensed and turn back down to the Earth as rain.
The atmosphere layer that blocks the rays that might be fatal to life on Earth is the Ozonosphere. The Ozonosphere turns harmful cosmic rays like ultraviolet back to space, hence preventing them from reaching the Earth and harming life.
Each layer of the atmosphere has beneficial attributes for human beings. The Ionosphere layer, one of the upper layers of the atmosphere, for example, reflects radio waves broadcast from a certain centre back down to the Earth, thus enabling broadcasts to be received from long distances.


PART ONE: The Scientific Miracles of the Qur'an: Introduction
The Coming of the Universe into Existence
The Expansion of the Universe
The Splitting Asunder of "The Heavens and Earth"
Orbits
The Roundness of the Earth
The Protected Roof
The Returning Sky
The Layers of the Atmosphere
The Function of Mountains
The Movement of Mountains
The Miracle in the Iron
The Pairs in Creation
The Relativity of Time
The Proportion of Rain
The Formation of Rain
The Fecundating Winds
The Seas not Mingling with One Another
Darkness in the Seas, and Internal Waves
The Region that Controls Our Movements
The Birth of A Human
Mother's Milk
The Identity in the Fingerprint
PART TWO: The Information Given About the Future in the Qur'an: Introduction
The Victory of Byzantium
PART THREE: The Historical Miracles of the Qur'an
The Word "Haman" in the Qur'an

Titles of Egyptian Rulers in the Qur'an
Conclusion: The Qur'an is the Word of God
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