Answers to: What if I found Allah?http://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah<p>Wa Ssalam Alaikum to you all,</p>
<p>The title of this question i know will get a lot of people interested.</p>
<p>I have found a mathematical equation that proves Allah is the creator, that we have free will, that there is a judgment day and that there is a hereafter. I should also state it answers a lot of questions in mathematics and physics that mankind have pondered over since the selected schools of thought existed. For example it answers the question of infinity and proves that mathematics is set and there is no type of meta studies.</p>
<p>Most People don't realise but there is only one truth in our universe and that is mathematics. We can tell people about the glorious Quran and its mathematical miracles of pre knowledge, but until you have physical evidence in an equation - a non-Muslim will remain a non-Muslim no matter how much we preach. The Quran is only considered the truth and correct because it agrees to mathematics. Now I have physical evidence that Allah is the author, as every Muslim already knew.</p>
<p>The amazing part of the equation is that every Surah in the Quran is within the confounds. It is such an easy equation that due to its simplicity it actually is undeniable. All humans know the answer, we just never said it in an equation.</p>
<p>Please my friends understand the severity of this find. Once I get in contact with the right people there will be a lot of changes to mankind.</p>
<ul>
<li>ANY atheist, pantheist, polytheist, non-theist who doesn't believe in Allah and his oneness due to lack of evidence will be proven wrong.<br>
</li>
<li>ANY religion who believes Allah has walked amongst us or had begotten a son will be proven wrong.<br>
</li>
<li>ANY human who does not accept The Quran as the word of Allah would be proven wrong because as stated before the Qurans every Ayat, is
within the confounds of this equation.</li>
</ul>
<p>My question is however this</p>
<p><strong>Whom do I contact?</strong></p>
<p>I have searched for scholars of Islamic background within the fields of maths and physics but all i ever get is pre 20th century search results.
I have contacted universities from all subjects including physics, mathematics, theology, Islamic studies to no avail.
I have contacted media renowned Islamic scholars to no avail
I need to contact someone who can help. Does anyone know who?</p>
<p>Please note friends I am not stating I know the unseen or that I'm something I'm not. I do not want any recompense for Allah has given me a gift and as a Muslim it is my duty to pass it on. This is the greatest Dawah discovery to date.</p>
<p>Alaikum Salam and thank you </p>enWed, 11 Jul 2012 12:53:15 -0400Answer by Fullytaboolyhttp://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/6245<p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpVHJJMxZa8">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpVHJJMxZa8</a></p>
<p>Made a video explaining it in detail.</p>
<p>Allahu Akbar
<strong>47000+ views
500+ likes</strong></p>
<p>I thank Allah for everything. </p>FullytaboolyWed, 11 Jul 2012 12:53:15 -0400http://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/6245Answer by Wardahttp://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/6053<p>Aselamu aleikum, dear brother
Alhamdulilah,for the gift Allah has given you,I hope and pray you achieve your goal,bi'iznillah.I think you should go to this site:<a href="http://www.harunyahya.com">www.harunyahya.com</a>,and talk to the man himself.May Allah protect and cover you with His mercy.
Your sister in Islam.</p>WardaWed, 04 Jul 2012 10:49:06 -0400http://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/6053Answer by Fullytaboolyhttp://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/6026<p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpVHJJMxZa8">Video in regards to findings. It explains how detailed the equation is. Please click</a></p>FullytaboolyTue, 03 Jul 2012 04:09:12 -0400http://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/6026Answer by afzal keralahttp://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/2528<p>actualy wats d question?</p>afzal keralaSun, 01 Apr 2012 03:00:49 -0400http://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/2528Answer by Fullytaboolyhttp://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/2526<p>I have spoken to many mathematicians and physicist and they all agree it's correct. Unfortunately as soon as they realise it proves The Quran as the word of Allah and especially that Allah is the creator, they tell me to keep quiet and don't mention it to anyone.</p>
<p>Please understand the severity of this find</p>
<p>ANY atheist, pantheist, polytheist, non-theist who doesn't believe in Allah and his oneness due to lack of evidence will be proven wrong.</p>
<p>ANY religion who believes Allah has walked amongst us or had begotten a son will be proven wrong. </p>
<p>ANY human who does not accept The Quran as the word of Allah would be proven wrong because the Quran every Ayat, is within the confounds of this equation.</p>
<p>As soon as they realise they tell me to keep quiet. The last guy i spoke to was verbally crude towards me. Even though he didnt deny he was cursing and making threats. This is why I'm looking for Islamic scholars. I need our scholars to bring it to light. I need them to tell the scientific world.
In all honesty the way they react after understanding made me suspicious that they might do something to me. That is why I am not only writing a book, but I'm pasting comments all over the Internet just in case.</p>FullytaboolySun, 01 Apr 2012 01:51:12 -0400http://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/2526Answer by Fullytaboolyhttp://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/2494<p>PLEASE READ FULLY BEFORE
COMMENTING. Give up 5 minutes of your life and l will give you THE THEORY OF LIFE and proof of Allah in mathematics and science that is undeniable because of its simplicity.</p>
<p>lt also gives evidence of free will,
judgment day and hereafter. Also the
Qurans every Surah falls within the
confounds of this equation</p>
<p>Let me explain</p>
<p>l was looking at the glorious Quran in a numerical format which has already been provided</p>
<p>What l mean is l started with simple
maths from Allah, for example</p>
<p>Allah is 1. This is is given numeric.</p>
<p>Then I started adding other numbers to values that Allah has provided us in the Quran.</p>
<p>Just so you can understand how easy it is;</p>
<p>A simple but powerful comment in the
Quran like</p>
<p>"When he decrees a matter, he only has
to say Be, and it is"
is easily definable with mathematics.</p>
<p>The art of saying/stating is an addition.
The Quran goes further and mentions that this decree is a commandment,
"BE"</p>
<p>We also understand that "lt is" in this
commandment is the actual creation
being created. So an addition has been added to the equation. Every creature is an individual 1. Due to him being the creator and outside of our mathematics and not restricted by the governing laws of mathematics the created "1" can not be added the initial (1), so the created 1 must have brackets.</p>
<p>Hence, this line in the Quran in a
numerical format is</p>
<p>Allah (1) only has to say, Be (+) and it is (1)
Or simply</p>
<p>1 + (1)</p>
<p>This is not the equation however. this is merely to show you how easy Allah
speaks in mathematics. The equation I have also can not be denied from a
scientific perspective.</p>
<p>I will make it as short as possible. Please understand in doing so many areas will be left in the grey.</p>
<p>Firstly We need to start breaking
everything down to its core. Being a
Muslim site I don't know if you all would like me to explain how I got to the oneness of Allah or not. I will very briefly for convenience.</p>
<p>I started working with the simplest form of mathematics - binary.</p>
<p>Binary has many advantages besides being simple. It only deals with a complete number (1 =100%) and nothing.</p>
<p>After giving everything it's own unique binary you can start removing every addition onto the binary of life. We don't have to possess any knowledge of the unseen to calculate this. All we have to do is start working backwards from our
current position. The process of
elimination is quiet easy to do from our current state..</p>
<p>So to make it easier we know there are approx 7 billion people on earth.</p>
<p>We can remove each individual "1" from the total.</p>
<p>Then let's say there is approx 80 billion Stars, eliminate them, 8 billion galaxies, if we happen to find any other universes besides our current then eliminate them and so forth - even as to say- the unseen chemical compounds until you get to the initial energy.</p>
<p>You eventually end up with the initial 1.</p>
<p>THIS PROCESS of elimination is not uncommon in science. We have already done this. The LHC was built specifically to find this initial "1", which is called the Higgs Boson OR recently been given the title “Gods Particle"</p>
<p>lf we remove any further however you are left with nothing.This is where Science and Religion have been in debate for sometime. How can we come from nothing? Well ....</p>
<p>Quantum mechanics tells us that we can come from nothing BUT in order for this to be achieved, the laws must be in
place of nothing to produce something.</p>
<p>We call this religiously Allah's commandment.</p>
<p>So we have two options either accepting that the initial ‘I was created and reproduced
OR
the initial 1 was commanded to exist and reproduce from a hidden deity.</p>
<p>Either way we have a creator at the
beginning and a command.</p>
<p>The command is defined as + because it isn't the actual value that is being explained but the tasks taken to get to the initial creation. For example if I say/command something I am adding to
the conversation as I explained earlier.</p>
<p>Now that we have in place a "1 +" (Allah being 1 and + being his commandment or addition onto the equation) we have to start breaking down the only truth we know in our universe, and the universal language down to its core -
mathematics.</p>
<p>When dealing with binary it is quiet
simple, the task is already done because all you deal with is + addition and - subtraction or positive and negative respectively.</p>
<p>You see in our current knowledge of
mathematics we have many different</p>
<p>symbols be it for multiplication, division, square root and so on. All these symbols are group methods and fancy ways of dealing with the core.</p>
<p>The core of all of mathematics is +\-.
For example 3 x 2 = 6
Or
3 groups of 2</p>
<p>(1 + 1 + 1) + (1 + 1 + 1) = 6
Plus and minus are the core of mathematics.</p>
<p>Literally "Everything" can be explained by using these 2 symbols if they can be subjected to our laws.</p>
<p>To better explain, something to exist it must have a positive and a negative. The art of seeing something is due to it either reflecting light or absorbing it. Even if we don't see it, it's chemical compound must have a positive and a negative for it to exist, for example air.</p>
<p>As Muslims we also know Quran states
everything was made in pairs. +|-. It has been a common misconception in Islam that people translate this as solely male and female. This has been proven wrong from Science. The Quran is actually talking about "EQUAL and OPPOSITE". </p>
<p>So just to get you guys on par again the
equation currently is
1 + +|-</p>
<p>But this equation is missing time and
space within the restrictions of
mathematics. Einstein proved in his
theory of relativity that the universe is finite. This means within the equation mathematics is its own entity with its own restrictions. It means the initial 1 can not be in the same category as the created 1 due to it not being confound be time and space ; Hence brackets
1 + (+|-)
This here is in a religious verbal sense is the same as saying</p>
<p>Allah 1,
creates (+),
everything (+|-)</p>
<p>Now for the important area that we never noticed or tried answering</p>
<p>This is also saying in a mathematical
verbal format
One 1,
outside of our +,
mathematics (+|-)</p>
<p>So I asked myself, what does 1 outside of then added on to our finite
mathematics equal to?</p>
<p>There is only one thing that can exist
outside of our restricted mathematics and everything.</p>
<p>That is infinity.</p>
<p>So the equation is</p>
<p>1 + (+I-) = ∞</p>
<p>Again this equation reads 1 outside of our mathematics, is infinity.</p>
<p>Some mathematicians argue about
potential infinity within the confound of mathematics.</p>
<p>They also argue that there are numerous type of infinity. I argue because of the equational evidence that there is only 1 infinity and every potential infinity is part of that totality infinity and moreso, due to
being restricted by a finite situation,
infinity within the confounds of
mathematics does not and can not exist.</p>
<p>This is the only explanation of infinity that doesn‘t go against our law of mathematics.
It can not be wrong because we are
finite and hence infinity would have to be an addition to it.</p>
<p>HERE IS THE MOST IMPORTANT SECTION</p>
<p>So far even though I've incorporate
some religious comments, I have
explained it in a scientifically acceptable format.
Now for the religious significance of this equation</p>
<p>In a religious sense it explains something phenomenal.</p>
<p>1 + (+I-) = ∞</p>
<p>The equation explains Allah, Free Will, Day of Judgement, Hereafter.</p>
<p>To judge something is to determine its outcome, in a mathematical sense this is explained as
Equals symbol "=".
In other words life must have come to a conclusion and must have a day of
judgment, or an equal sign in the
equation</p>
<p>Also the hereafter is for eternity or for an infinite amount of time hence in mathematics
hereafter is defined as infinity ∞.
This is not only the hereafter but it is the attributes of Allah, the best of his names</p>
<p>he is the Omni of everything. So the
infinity symbol incorporates all of his 99 glorious names</p>
<p>1 + (+|-) = ∞</p>
<p>This also shows that Allah gives
humanity free will within the brackets, he allows you to do whatever you want within these confounds. It also explains
that if you follow a more positive path than a negative path, once judged (=) you will either go to
heaven +∞
or vice versa
hell -∞.
This also means that once we die it will be scaled and you don't have an option of either going from either heaven to hell or vice versa.</p>
<p>Also it also proves that Allah only gives positive 1+ or only creates good. The initially positive covers this aspect,</p>
<p>Now how is this proof of Islam and
Quran being the word of Allah?</p>
<p>Get any Surah from the Quran and it fits, either 1 ayat, combination of Ayats or the whole Surah fits within the confounds of this equation.</p>
<p>Let me give you an example
Quran 112
Say he, Allah is one
1</p>
<p>Allah is he in all whom depend
+
(depend for creating or giving anything)</p>
<p>He begets not, nor is he begotten
(he isn't born or comes from so he (+|-))
And</p>
<p>none is like him</p>
<p>∞</p>
<p>Or single Ayats rather than Surahs
59.22
He is Allah besides Whom there is no
god
1</p>
<p>the Knower of the
+</p>
<p>unseen and the seen
(-I+)</p>
<p>He is</p>
<p>the Beneficent, the Merciful</p>
<p>∞</p>
<p>I have written nearly 80 pages so far on the implications of the strength of the equation and what it can be used for. This equation gives a whole new tasfir to the Quran. I can explain Quranic stories now That EVEN though we understood the idea behind it, we never saw the
Depth. For example inshallah I will provide an account of Musas life that is more in depth and detailed, as
Well as better explained than any other tasfir you've ever read before</p>
<p>For example this also means that every prophet was born a prophet and that miracles are not changing mathematics, as to the main reason why science disagrees with religion, but more so before the mathematics is set in place the miracle is put in there at the 1+ stage. This means Allah does not change our mathematics at all.</p>
<p>lt also means that Adams heaven was at the (+|-) stage in other words worldly heaven and not the hereafter heaven. Adam could only see the + within mathematics and iblis made visible the - negative</p>
<p>This also proves wrong Christianity. You see the 1 + (+|-) = ∞ is not read like this for the Christians. They see it as
1= (+|-)= ∞
Or in verbal sense that
Father, 1 is equal
to the son (mathematically bound son)
(+|-) who is equal
to the holy spirit ∞
But it can not be and this proves it once and for all.</p>
<p>lt also proves that any types of infinity that we have in mathematics are not actually infinite. There is only one type of infinity and every type of infinity is just a part of that.</p>
<p>Please read it carefully and comment. I have left out so much details but tried to pack it in. I wish to hear from all of you sooner than later inshallah</p>
<p>1 + (+|-) = ∞</p>FullytaboolySat, 31 Mar 2012 14:24:36 -0400http://islam.com/questions/2381/what-if-i-found-allah/2494