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The most important point to be recognized here is that this critical role of the wind in the formation of rain was stated centuries ago in the Qur'an, at a time when very little was known about natural phenomena The picture above shows the stages in the formation of a wave.Waves are formed by the wind blowing above the surface of the water.


What do scientists say about this news given by the Quran?

Let us find out: Scientists state that winds have a fecundating property as follows: There are male and female elements in the flowers of all plants; fruits occur when the male element fecundates the female. Allah created the seeds of many plants so light as to fly in the presence of even a very light breeze.

Pollens, dusts and seeds of innumerable plant species are carried from one plant to another through winds; thus, the plants reproduce through fecundation and their generations are ensured to continue.

That is, plants reproduce thanks to the fecundating property of winds.

When it was realised, however, that plants are divided into males and females, the fertilising role of the wind was also discovered.

Verse 22 of the chapter of al-Hijr of the Quran gives us the following news 1400 years ago, when the importance and meaning of fecundating was not known: “And We send the fecundating winds.” Yes, this verse clearly states that winds have a fecundating property.

With the wind, water particles start to move in a circular motion.

This movement soon forms waves, one after the other, and bubbles formed by the waves spread in the air. This process is declared in the verse as "We send the fecundating winds and then cause water to descend from the sky." Further information provided in the verse about the fertilising quality of the wind is its role in the pollination of flowers.

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