Absolutely, thanks walal for your wise wordsThe wonder of of the universe, more people should read cosmology books it will make u humble and wonder WTF are we fighting over on this insignificant planet. Good stuff yummy
Agreed. It's the main reason why I think cilmul falak (Cosmology, astrology, any-space-related-ology) was deemed inappropriate/xaraam in Islam. It fills your head with lots of pretty ideas and dreams that are impossible, and waste relevant time for cibaadah and bettering yourself.No doubt that the science of the universe is fascinating, but im a dreamer when it comes to navigating the space, exploring and colonizing with the most sophisticating gear. But i also realise the immense futility in applying that practically. None of the planets in our solar system can support life, nearest one is part of another solar (gilese) and the distance between solar systems is so massive that its counted in light years in exo planets case gilese millions of light years, we'd have to look for traveling faster than light which would leave us with the sole option of having to travel through black holes will result with every objects anywhere near getting turned into pasta and its impossible for us to travel faster than light so the chances of traveling between solar systems will pretty much never happen. The universe is still fascinating though.
I didn't know QM offered astrophysics models in Engineering... you must be doing aerospace engineering. Miss our maths modules with the German dude, best professor by far.Yummy, i studied two astrophysics modules in my last semester, damn one of them was so hard i didn't even go to the exam
I could understand little concepts, the two-body problem, the CBE, Jeans equation etc but most of it is absolute BS. Too much text for me, the Maths in it was ok though..
I don't know saaxiib, better to stay safe than sorry. This is a public forum; I don't want to be asked about this tbh in qiyaama, as people of weaker disposition could easily believe this, run off with it & spread erroneous ideas. I feel it's ok if I'm among like-minded people of equal intellect & eemaan, but it's too big a risk here.nothing wrong with speculation yummy,
if you ground yourself with a strong aqeedah, it allows you to speculate as far and wide as you want,
as long as your know it is just speculation.
PMed you.hh: Yummy what branch of engineering did you study? And why did you switch to teaching if you don't mind me asking?
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