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Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Sabilla » Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:21 am

Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?
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Sriwijaya Post - Rabu, 22 September 2010 22:33 WIB

Di dalam kitab Injil dan Alquran digambarkan jika Nabi Musa membelah Laut Merah dan menyelamatkan umatnya dari kejaran bala tentara Firaun yang hendak menangkap mereka. Namun, cerita itu dimentahkan oleh sejumlah peneliti dan dilansir Fox News, Selasa (21/9/2010) waktu setempat.

Menurut para peneliti, dengan menggunakan simulasi di komputer, Musa disebutkan tak membelah Laut Merah dan anginlah yang sangat luar membuat air terbelah seperti yang digambarkan di dalam kitab suci.


Simulasi komputer ini merupakan bagian dari sebuah studi besar mengenai seberapa besar dampak angin dan menunjukkan angin bisa mendorong air ke sebuah titik tertentu ketika sebuah aliran sungai bersatu dengan laguna, sebuah danau yang berbatasan dengan laut.

Penelitian ini dilakukan sebuah tim di National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) dan Universitas Colorado. "Simulasi ini hampir sama dengan kejadian dalam pelarian kaum Musa," kata Carl Drews dari NCAR yang memimpin penelitian tersebut.

Air yang terbelah itu bisa dimengerti melalui teori dinamika air dan angin menggerakan air dan berdasarkan hukum fisika akan menciptakan sebuah jalan yang aman dengan air yang ada di masing-masing sisi dan kemudian membuat air kembali ke posisi semula," jelas Drews.

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#1 | soffian ternate | Kamis, 23 September 2010 00:01 WIB
jika angin yang membuat air terbelah. apakah mungkin nabi musa bisa berjalan melewati laut dengan keadaan angin yang begitu kencang. menurut saya semua itu terjadi diluar akal dan pikiran manusia. hanya tuhan dan orang yang percaya kepada tuhannya musa yang tahu.
#2 | soffian ternate | Kamis, 23 September 2010 00:01 WIB
jika angin yang membuat air terbelah. apakah mungkin nabi musa bisa berjalan melewati laut dengan keadaan angin yang begitu kencang. menurut saya semua itu terjadi diluar akal dan pikiran manusia. hanya tuhan dan orang yang percaya kepada tuhannya musa yang tahu.
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Sabilla » Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:25 am

Bukti Ilmiah Mukjizat Nabi Musa Membelah Laut
Ilmuwan mengungkap mukjizat Musa masuk akal secara ilmu pengetahuan, teori fisika.

Rabu, 22 September 2010, 12:12 WIB
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Ilustrasi Musa membelah Laut Merah (ramdasstapes.org)


VIVAnews -- Dikisahkan dalam kitab suci perjanjian lama bahwa Nabi Musa dan pengikutnya dari Bani Israil pernah terjebak di antara dua kematian. Maju dihadang laut merah, diam atau mundur bakal dihabisi serdadu Firaun. Lalu Tuhan pun memberi mujizat kepada Musa, mukjizat yang diyakini tiga agama.

Angin bertiup kencang sepanjang malam. Lalu air laut merah pun tersibak ke kiri dan ke kanan, membentuk jalan di antara dinding air yang memberi kesempatan bagi Musa dan pengikutnya melarikan diri. Ketika tentara Firaun mengejar mereka, tiba-tiba dinding air laut runtuh. Maka tenggelam lah mereka.

Ribuan tahun sesudah kejadian itu, kini para ilmuwan meyakini bahwa keajaiban itu merupakan fenomena alam. Para ilmuwan dari National Centre for Atmosphere Research di Calorado Amerika Serikat, sebagaimana ditulis Daily Mail, Rabu 22 September 2010, menemukan bahwa air laut yang tersibak itu akibat gerakan angin.

Dalam sebuah simulasi komputer yang dilakukan para ahli di Colorado itu diketahui bahwa angin timur yang berhembus dengan sangat kuat selama 12 jam dalam semalam, bisa menyibak air laut, menciptakan sebuah jalan tanah sebagaimana digambarkan dalam kisah 'Eksodus'.

Sedikit berbeda dengan deskripsi lokasi di kitab suci, para ilmuwan itu meyakini bahwa lokasi keajaiban bukan di Laut Merah, melainkan di lokasi di dekatnya -- di delta Sungai Nil, di mana sebuah sungai kuno menyatu dengan laguna.

Dari penelitian di lapangan, peta lokasi dan percobaan di laboratorium, para ilmuwan itu menemukan bahwa angin timur dengan kecepatan 63 mph yang bertiup dalam waktu 12 jam akan mendorong air -- baik di danau maupun aliran air. Proses ini akan menciptakan jalan tanah lumpur sepanjang dua mil dan lebar tiga mil selama empat jam.

Saat kecepatan angin turun, air akan kembali ke posisi awal -- mirip fenomena pasang surut. Dalam jurnal Public Library of Science ONE, para ahli menguraikan bahwa siapapun yang terdampar dalam lumpur itusesudah angin melemah akan berisiko tenggelam.

"Orang-orang selalu terpesona dengan kisah 'Eksodus' Musa, meyakini bahwa itu adalah fakta sejarah. Apa yang ditunjukan dalam penelitian ini adalah bahwa deskripsi membelahnya lautan, memang masuk akal dalam hukum fiusika." kata Ketua tim peneliti, Carl Drews.

"Membelahnya laut bisa dipahami melalui dinamika fluida. Angin menggerakkan air dengan cara yang sesuai dengan hukum fisika -- menciptakan jalan aman dengan dinding air di dua sisi -- lalu air itu runtuh dan menenggelamkan jalan itu." Simulasi komputer juga menunjukkan tanah kering bisa terlihat di dua lokasi terdekat selama badai angin.


Temuan ilmuwan tidak mirip dengan penjelasan di Perjanjian Lama. Sesuai fisika, terpisah satu sama lain, melainkan, salah satu bagian air terdorong ke sisi berlawanan.

Sebelumnya, sejumlah teori ditawarkan untuk menjelaskan fenomena terbelahnya Laut Merah secara ilmiah. Salah satunya, tsunami -- yang bisa memundurkan air laut dan kemudian memajukannya dengan cepat.

Namun teori tsunami, tidak sesuai dengan penjelasan dalam kitab suci -- bahwa membelahnya laut terjadi secara gradual, dan melibatkan angin.

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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Sabilla » Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:31 am

22/09/2010 - 15:00
Komputer Jelaskan Cara Nabi Musa Belah Laut
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INILAH.COM, Jakarta – Nabi Musa sebenarnya tidak membelah Laut Merah. Air laut terbelah karena hembusan angin kuat sehingga mendorong air seperti dijelaskan kitab suci.

Menurut simulasi komputer pada studi pengaruh angin terhadap air menunjukkan, angin dapat mendorong air pada titik di mana sungai bisa menyatu dengan laguna, kata tim National Center for Atmospheric Research dan University of Colorado AS.

“Simulasi ini mendekati penjelasan kitab-kitab suci,” kata pemimpin studi ini, Carl Drews dari NCAR.

“Terbelahnya Laut Merah bisa dipahami melalui dinamika fluida. Angin menggerakkan air sehingga menciptakan jalan tersebut.”


Kitab suci memiliki versi cerita yang berbeda, namun semuanya menggambarkan hal sama, menceritakan Nabi Musa memimpin orang Israel keluar dari Mesir tiga ribu tahun lalu.

Terbelahnya Laut Merah membuat Nabi Musa dan pengikutnya melewati laut ini dengan aman sementara para pengejarnya tenggelam.

Drew dan rekannya mempelajari bagaimana topan Samudera Pasifik dapat mempengaruhi kedalaman air.

Tim Drew menunjuk situs bersejarah di selatan Laut Mediterania, namun kondisi formasi tanahnya sudah berbeda.

Model formasi yang sesuai terdapat di Sungai Nil dengan formasi ‘U’. Di sungai tersebut terdapat angin yang bisa berhembus dengan kecepatan 63 mph selama 12 jam tanpa berhenti dan dapat mendorong air berkedalaman 6 kaki (1,8 meter).

“Jembatan darat ini memiliki panjang 3-4 km dan lebar 5 km, jembatan ini terbuka selama empat jam,” ujar tim ini dalam jurnal Public Library of Science PLoS ONE.

“Banyak orang takjub akan cerita ini,” kata Drew.

“Studi ini menunjukkan terbelahnya Laut Merah merupakan bagian dari dasar hukum fisika.”
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby borjuis » Thu Sep 23, 2010 1:47 am

"Lalu Musa mengulurkan tangannya ke atas laut, dan semalam-malaman itu TUHAN menguakkan air laut dengan perantaraan angin timur yang keras, membuat laut itu menjadi tanah kering; maka terbelahlah air itu"

bagaimana dengan islam dan qurannya? :-k
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Sabilla » Thu Sep 23, 2010 6:26 am

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Washington, AS (ANTARA/Reuters) - Angin dari timur yang berhembus kencang dikabarkan membantu terbelahnya Laut Merah oleh Nabi Musa seperti yang tertulis pada kitab suci agama Samawi, kata para ilmuwan Amerika Serikat, Selasa.

Simulasi komputer memperlihatkan bagaimana angin dapat menghempaskan air laut sehingga mencapai dasar lautan dan membentuk laguna, kata kelompok peneliti di Badan Nasional Penelitian Atmosfir dan Universitas Colorado di Boulder.

"Simulasi tersebut hampir cocok dengan bukti pada rombongan Musa," kata pemimpin penelitian itu, Carl Drews dari NCAR.

Menurut Carl, berdasarkan ilmu fisika, angin dapat menghempaskan air menjadi sebuah jalur yang aman untuk dilintasi karena sifatnya yang luwes, kemudian kembali mengalir seperti semula.

Menurut tulisan dari kitab suci Islam maupun Kristen, Nabi Musa AS. memimpin umat Yahudi keluar dari Mesir atas kejaran Firaun pada 3.000 tahun yang lalu. Laut Merah saat itu terbelah sementara untuk membantu rombongan Musa melintas dan langsung menutup kembali, menenggelamkan para tentara Firaun.

Drews dan kelompoknya meneliti tentang angin topan yang berasal dari Samudera Pasifik menciptakan badai besar yang dapat menghempaskan air di laut dalam.

Kelompoknya menunjukkan kawasan selatan Laut Mediterania yang diduga menjadi tempat penyeberangan itu, dan memaparkan bentuk tanah yang berbeda karena terbentuk setelahnya serta memicu isu mengenai lautan yang terbelah.

Pemaparan tersebut membutuhkan bentuk tapal kuda Sungai Nil dan laguna dangkal di sepanjang garis pantai. Hal ini memperlihatkan angin berkecepatan sekitar 101 kilometer per jam yang berhembus selama 12 jam, dapat menghempaskan air pada kedalaman sekitar dua meter.

"Laguna itu memiliki panjang sejauh 3-4 kilometer dan lebar sejauh lima kilometer yang terbelah selama empat jam," kata mereka di dalam Jurnal Perpustakaan Umum Ilmu Pengetahuan, PloS ONE.

"Masyarakat telah dibuat kagum atas cerita pembelahan laut itu, membayangkan bahwa hal itu terjadi secara nyata," kata Drew menambahkan bahwa penelitian ini menjelaskan tentang pembelahan laut tersebut berdasarkan hukum fisika.
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Sabilla » Thu Sep 23, 2010 6:47 am

Mukjizat Nabi Musa mungkin dibantu angin

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Simulasi komputer coba membuktikan mujizat Nabi Musa membelah Laut Merah. Pojok kanan: Lokasi yang diduga menjadi tempat penyeberangan bangsa Israel.

Selama ini, hampir semua orang di dunia percaya Nabi Musa dengan bantuan Tuhan membuat mukjizat membelah Laut Merah saat memimpin bangsa Israel melarikan diri dari kejaran pasukan Mesir.

Namun kini muncul teori baru soal kejadian yang ditulis di kitab suci itu.

Sebuah simulasi komputer terbaru menyodorkan kemunungkinan lain.

Hasil simulasi menunjukkan kemungkinan besar terbelahnya Laut Merah dibantu tiupan angin yang sangat kencang pada saat itu.

Simulasi yang dikerjakan sejumlah ilmuwan Amerika Serikat itu menunjukkan bagaimana embusan angin kemungkinan besar menciptakan sebuah jembatan tanah di sebuah lokasi.


Jembatan inilah yang memungkinan bangsa Israel melewati Laut Merah dengan aman.

Delta Sungai Nil

Simulasi ini hampir cocok dengan apa yang terjadi dalam kitab Perjanjian Lama.

Carl Drews


Dalam temuan yang sudah dipublikasikan dalam jurnal ilmiah Plos One ini, para ilmuwan mencoba membuktikan bahwa tiupan angin kencang dari arah timur yang terjadi sepanjang malam, bisa jadi mendorong air laut ke arah alur sungai purba yang diyakini sudah menyatu dengan laguna di sepanjang pantai.

Akibat air laut yang terdorong ke dua arah, sebuah jembatan tanah terbentuk yang membuat bangsa Israel bisa melewati jalan berlumpur dengan selamat.

Ketika angin berhenti berembus, air laut kembali menyatu dan bersamaan dengan lewatnya pasukan Mesir, yang di dalam Kitab Perjanjian Lama digambarkan binasa seluruhnya.


Penelitian ini dilakukan berdasarkan sebuah rekonstruksi di Delta Sungai Nil yang dari sisi lokasi dan kedalamannya mirip dengan Laut Merah pada masa Nabi Musa.

"Simulasi ini hampir cocok dengan apa yang terjadi dalam kitab Perjanjian Lama," kata pimpinan peneliti Carl Drews dari Pusat Penelitian Riset Atmosfer Nasional AS (NCAR).


"Pembelahan air dapat dipahami melalui dinamika air. Angin memindahkan air sesuai hukum fisika, menciptakan sebuah celah aman dengan air di kedua sisi sebelum kemudian air kembali ke tempat semula," tambah Drews.

Penelitian soal mukjizat Nabi Musa ini merupakan bagian dari sebuah proyek penelitian yang lebih besar tentang pengaruh angin terhadap kedalaman air.

Beberapa teori

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Nabi Musa diyakini membelah Laut Merah untuk menghindari tentara Mesir

Dalam Kitab Keluaran di Kitab Perjanjian Lama, dikisahkan Nabi Musa dan bangsa Israel terjebak di antara pasukan Mesir yang terus mendekat dan tepian laut yang diyakini adalah Laut Merah.

Menurut Kitab Suci dengan bantuan Tuhan, sepanjang malam angin timur berembus kencang yang kemudian membelah laut untuk menciptakan sebuah jalan dengan dinding laut di kedua sisinya.


Melalui jalan inilah, bangsa Israel mencapai sisi lain Laut Merah. Namun, ketika pasukan berkuda Firaun mengejar, air laut kembali menyatu dan menenggelamkan seluruh pasukan Mesir.


Sebelum hasil simulasi yang dikerjakan para ilmuwan Amerika Serikat ini, sejumlah ilmuwan lain sudah mengajukan teori bahwa kejadian itu adalah semata-mata proses alam.

Beberapa ilmuwan berspekulasi gelombang tsunami yang mengakibatkan laut bergerak mundur dan kembali lagi ke posisi semula dengan cepat.

Namun teori itu diragukan karena tsunami tidak mungkin membuat air terbelah selama semalam penuh.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/indonesia/majalah/ ... oses.shtml
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Maher-Shalal » Thu Sep 23, 2010 7:28 am

Sabilla wrote:...
..."Simulasi ini hampir cocok dengan apa yang terjadi dalam kitab Perjanjian Lama," kata pimpinan peneliti Carl Drews dari Pusat Penelitian Riset Atmosfer Nasional AS (NCAR).
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Memangnya yang di kitab (contekan) quran gimana ceritanya?
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Sabilla » Thu Sep 23, 2010 8:34 am

Computer model shows how the Red Sea may have parted for Moses
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Moses - favoured by God, or opportunistic showman? Credit: Paramount

- Computer model shows how the Red Sea parted
- A strong wind at a bend in a river creates ideal conditions
- It's possible the waters parted for Moses


COMPUTER modelling has explained how the Red Sea parted for Moses and the Israelites escaping from the Pharoah.

The story, told in biblical writings and in the Koran, describes an east wind blowing the water apart, leaving a dry tract of land for the group to flee across.

When the Pharoah's army tries to follow, the walls of water rush back and drown the soldiers.

While this sounds like fantasy, an American research team at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the University of Colorado at Boulder has created a computer simulation model to show that given the right circumstances, it is possible that the waters did indeed part for Moses.

The computer simulations, part of a greater study on how wind affects water, have shown that with a strong east wind blowing overnight at a bend where a river merges with a lagoon, the waters would be pushed back, exposing a land bridge for a short time.

It is due to a phenomenon known as a "wind setdown" where a strong and persistent wind can push a body of water and "pile it up" downwind.

Carl Drew who led the study, says in a video that this phenomenon is well-known, but to re-enact the biblical story, "the tricky part is to get water on both sides of the crossing".

They found that at a point where a river bends to merge with a coastal lagoon, the water "splits at the point of the bend".

"So there's water on both sides and a bunch of refugees can come walking or running across," he said.

Such a place occurred in the ancient Eastern Nile Delta.


Mr Drews and CU oceanographer Weiqing Han analysed archaeological records, satellite measurements and maps and applied the data to ancient topography of an area of the Nile Delta which they believed provided both the right geographical conditions and a plausible site for the Bible story.

Mr Drews told news.com.au that he ran 14 simulation experiments. "They tested various configurations of the geography and the wind (direction and speed). The short answer is that the crossing has some tolerance to variations, but not a whole lot. It's a rare event."

They found that if the wind blows for 12 hours at 63 miles per hour (just over 101km/h) it would push back nearly two metres of deep water.

This would expose mud flats for four hours, creating a safe passage for Moses and the Israelites.


This in turn would push the water into the lake and the channel of the river, creating the two walls of water.

When asked, Mr Drews said he had not had any reactions from church groups as yet. "The overwhelming reaction is that people are fascinated that a 3,000-year-old story, one they've heard about and seen in movies, has a real scientific basis in physical laws."

http://www.news.com.au/technology/compu ... 5927783666

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Francesca Cardillo Posted at 4:34 PM September 22, 2010

propability and possibility are not the same thing. It is strage to me that poeple would prefer to believe the improbabile story that the everything on this earth is here by acident then to believe God created the heaavens and the earth and If you believe He created it, of course he can control nature,however improbable the event may be. He made nature. Not a big logical step to take.
Alex of Sydney Posted at 4:34 PM September 22, 2010

I love how the atheist crew is jumping on this story and trying to argue about something. The whole point of this was to prove that the Biblical event could happen within the very limited knowledge of science that Earthlings currently possess. No more no less. Arguments like "oh so how could it happen at exactly the right time" are moronic, because if you say that, you're saying that, in fact, an intervention from a higher power most likely had to occur. The end result of science will be the atheists scientifically proving God, and once that happens, and everyone becomes a believer, maybe God will reveal Himself to us.
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Sabilla » Thu Sep 23, 2010 8:43 am

Moses' Red Sea Parting Explained by Computer Model
Modern science has reconstructed one of the most famous miracles of the Old Testament. Find out how Moses may have done it.

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THE GIST
- A computer simulation has recreated what might be the parting of the Red Sea.
- The simulation is not on the Red Sea, which runs the wrong direction for the wind described in the Bible.
- A large lake in northern Egypt, on the edge of the Mediterranean could match the biblical "Sea of Reeds," or Red Sea.


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The Book of Exodus includes some nice meteorological details that helped determine how Moses could have performed his miracle. Click to enlarge this image.
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To drive away the waters and part the Red Sea, Moses needed a different location than previously thought, according to a new study on the miraculous biblical event.

Previous studies of wind, waves and bathymetry have called on hurricane strength winds blowing from the northwest to push away the water. This exposed a long reef which allowed Moses and the Israelites to escape the advancing cavalry of Pharaoh.

http://news.discovery.com/history/moses ... w-comments

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Steven Peters
I'm pretty sure if chariot parts and animal and human remains were found in one place, such as the Red Sea, that they could have actually gotten there by another event. And that wouldn't even discount chariots being used in other places. Please think before you write.
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Larry Spinner
I think you guys are missing the point. The scientists are trying to prove that the events described in the bible are true not false. Translating descriptions of things, places and ideas from one language to another is difficult, at best. Then you must also consider the fact that the meanings of many words have changed over time. With all the descriptions of Atlantis, people debate over its existence and believers argue over its location. How often do you see an ocean or even a pond or mud puddle split in half? What would you think about a person if he came up to you claiming to be able to do that?

The scientists, who show that an event such as the parting of waters is physically possible and could actually have happened, add credibility to the biblical description. Moses didn't need to know exactly where he was; he trusted God. How could he know exactly were they were. They ran into the dessert, with no roads and no GPS or Google Maps to guide them. Theologians still debate over where Mt. Ararat is, so how can we be so sure where exactly the water was parted. That is not saying that God hand no hand in it! When Moses and the Israelites were confronted by a large body of water, wherever they were, God caused the wind to blow and parted the waters. Is that really possible? Yes, science just showed us that it is!
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Michael Rusyniak
I can not believe that an allegedly scientific site would post such nonsense. There is absolutely (Except for the bible) no, zero, none, physical proof what so ever that Moses ever even existed let alone parted a sea, or even a mud puddle. KEEP TO THE FACTS.
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Prabhsimran Singh Arora
This is by far the lamest explanation of Biblical wonders!
And by the way they should try this themselves in a controlled environment with the help of artificially produced winds if they actually know how to do this!

And also how come Moses control the winds or was he able to predict the weather to the exact precise time so that he was able to perform this massive miracle on this own will!

It's nice when Science tries to explain things but they are overly ignorant towards these details that I mentioned above due to the fact that they are just trying to disprove Biblical Miracles by any means.
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victor belleli
It's all there...
Science as adictionary tries to explain things explored (not invent). Humans dont invent but findes out that things works this way by exploring phenomenon we try to fit it to our perception but perceptionb changes trough time (time for our perants was year and monthes - planting a tree waiting for the fruits, for us it's weeks and days and for our children it's mesuredby menutes and secondt ) we all now adupted that info is a "click" away ....
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Tj
Guys relax, everyone wants to support their own understanding of the concept. Finally what matters is one's personal belief, i think there are better therioes to be understood or explored like book of revalation.
Yesterday, 15:26:45
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Katherine
WHY DOES SCIENCE ALWAYS TRY TO MISS PROVE THE BIBLE?
DID IT EVER OCCER TO YOU THE GOD COULD HAVE CHANGED
THE DIRECTION OF THE WIND TO SUIT HIS NEED???
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jдм
Whoa now, settle down.
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Carlie Murphy
wow
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danny garcia
There are alot of similarities among the great religions. Compare Krisna with christianity... same and accepted. Others tell the same stories of Jesus and his mother and the birth. Same if you go thru the stories of the piramids and their 3 or 5 thousand history BC. Same with China and its oldest civilization status. Older the christianity. Copied? probably. Now, science tells us that the universe may not have been created by God. Science too is disproving many events in the bible. Found to be factual. God maybe you after all. Besides. mosted of all the great religions say that the temple of God is within you. we may be part God? why not? we have the power to change anything we want and that will include even creation itself.
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This is an interesting article. I love it when Biblical truths are explained or can be explained through science or reasoning. As abeliever in the Word of God i think that most of the events can be shown to hold true in this way, after all this world was created by God so all the information that we find in "science" came from Him as well. The one thing i don't agree with though is when people take only half of the information, in this case half a verse, and then go about their research. Not sure why he decided to leave this out, but the end of one of the verses that quoted said they passed through with a wall of water on their left hand and on their right. So often,or rather the majority of the time, scientists leave out the miracle side of things. check it out, it says clear as day a wall of water on their left and their right. just imagine what that looked like. imagine what "winds" could have created that. Is this Moses and Israel crossing the red sea on just that right time of year and the right moment with the body of water facing is just right angle? Or was this the hand of the all knowing God, creator of all things coming down and touching this sea? Many other times it's said that God caused to sun to stay still for days while the Israel fought a battle, which by the way can be proven to have happened through astronomy. My point is, is that looking at nature and looking at these ancient events you can prove that these things happened without changing the context that they were written in and keeping to the truth that these things were indeed miraculous events that came directly from the hand of God. The flood and the grand canyon is another one. That thing was not made of billions of years....and it can be proved scientifically.
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Sabilla » Thu Sep 23, 2010 9:09 am

Wind and fliud dynamics may have parted Red Sea for Moses
Giles Whittell From:The Times September 22, 2010 12:29PM 11 comments


IN the biblical version, "Moses stretched out his hand over the sea; and the Lord caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all night".

In reality, wind, hydrodynamics and the unique topography of the Nile Delta may have had the same effect - with the same miraculous results for the Israelites.


A study based on 14 computer models suggests that Moses may indeed have been able to lead his followers out of Egypt between walls of water, a story told in both the Bible and the Koran.

The study by the US National Centre for Atmospheric Research and the University of Colorado replaces the hand of God with a 63mph east wind blowing for at least 12 hours.

It also suggests that the epic crossing of the Red Sea happened 75 miles north of Suez, where an ancient branch of the Nile approached a shallow coastal lagoon, and near the modern Port Said. Otherwise, one of the study's authors claims: "The simulations match fairly closely with the account in Exodus."

In that account Moses and the Israelites are driven from Egypt by the Pharoah's army, which pursues them across the Red Sea only to be drowned when the waters return to their natural state.

If the pursuit took place across the lagoon known as the Lake of Tanis, "the parting of the waters can be understood through fluid dynamics", according to Carl Drews, the lead author of Dynamics of Wind Setdown at Suez and the Eastern Nile Delta.

Mr Drews said yesterday: "The wind moves the water in a way that's in accordance with physical laws, creating a safe passage with water on two sides and then abruptly allowing the water to rush back in."

Using the computer models and modern understanding of the phenomenon of "wind setdown" - by which strong, steady winds have been shown to push back large volumes of water temporarily - Mr Drews concluded that a gale of the kind described in the Bible could have created a land bridge two miles wide and three miles long and open for perhaps four hours.

The new study quotes Major-General Alexander Tulloch, of the British Army, at the Lake of Tanis in the 19th century who saw "a gale of wind from the eastward set in and became so strong that I had to cease work". The next morning the lake "had totally disappeared ... and the natives were walking about on the mud".

Mr Drews is a devout Christian who maintains a website about his efforts to reconcile his faith and scientific work.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/wo ... 5927841954

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David Adkins Posted at 4:44 PM September 22, 2010

Sounds reasonable, but they got the location wrong. The crossing occured at Nuweiba, on the Gulf of Aqaba. Mt Sinai is in Arabia (Gal. 4.25), not on the Sinai peninsula.
Philip Rayment of Pakenham Posted at 3:19 PM September 22, 2010

James of Melbourne, science has NOT proved Noah's ark and the Flood wrong, nor any other part of the Bible. The research claims that this occurrence is not unique, but still rare, so it doesn't mean that Moses expected a natural event. Hence the timing at least was still miraculous.
Ralph Nhatrang Posted at 3:00 PM September 22, 2010

Fifty years ago, when I was in high school, a teacher who had been posted to Egypt during WW2 said he saw strong wind push the water to one side (note: to one side, not 'parting'), and that was enough for him to accept the Biblical version. It's enough for me, too. Pure physics.
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby oces » Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:31 am

fayhem wrote:Tapi apa orang-orang gak terpelanting juga kena hembusan angin tersebut ?

selain itu yg namanya dasar laut itu kan nggak rata. di dasar laut banyak palung, bukit atau karang, koq musa dan kaumnya bisa melenggang dgn mudah?
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Postby kukuruyuk » Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:32 pm

fayhem wrote:Tapi apa orang-orang gak terpelanting juga kena hembusan angin tersebut ?
ane pikir ada penjelasan ilmiahnya jg bro....yakni orang2nya dilem dulu dipasir pantai biar gak berterbangan :rolling: :rolling:
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Sabilla » Thu Sep 23, 2010 10:19 pm

Wind could have parted Red Sea
The parting of the Red Sea, one of the most famous Bible stories, may have really happened - with the help of wind.

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An artist's impression showing how a strong wind could have led to the parting of the Red Sea

But the Israelites’ miraculous escape from the Pharaoh was probably down to freak weather and ‘fluid dynamics’ rather than divine intervention, US scientists said.

And the likely location was not the Red Sea but a shallow lagoon in the nearby Nile Delta region, added the team, who studied ancient maps to find the ‘reed sea’ of some Old Testament translations.

Archaeological records, satellite data and maps were used to reveal water flow and depth in the lagoon 3,000 years ago, when it was called the Lake of Tanis.

Computer models then showed how a 12-hour east wind of 101kph (63mph) could cut through the 1.8m (6ft) lake, creating a ‘bridge’ 3.2km (two miles) long and 4.8km (three miles) wide for Moses and his people to walk across.

Barriers of ‘parted’ water would have formed on both sides, which, as the wind dropped, could have engulfed the pursuing Egyptians.

‘The simulations match fairly closely the account in [the Bible],’ said Carl Drews, of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Colorado. The study is in the journal PLoS One.


http://www.metro.co.uk/news/841648-wind ... ed-red-sea
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby labang » Thu Sep 23, 2010 10:51 pm

berarti musa udah ngerti ilmu fisika dong?
bapak fisika berarti musa ya? hehehe

waktunya tepat lagi pas musa mengulurkan tangannya, lalau datanglah angin timur itu semalam-malaman

gimana penjelasan ilmiahnya ya #-o

kenapa pas pelajaran biologi sama fisika gue tidur ya :(
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby labang » Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:31 pm

fayhem wrote:
emangnya gurumu juga menjulurkan tangannya ??


ngga guruku menjulurkan lidahnya hahahaha
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Re: Benarkah Nabi Musa Tak Membelah Laut Merah?

Postby Kalits'39 » Tue Sep 28, 2010 4:30 pm

borjuis wrote:"Lalu Musa mengulurkan tangannya ke atas laut, dan semalam-malaman itu TUHAN menguakkan air laut dengan perantaraan angin timur yang keras, membuat laut itu menjadi tanah kering; maka terbelahlah air itu"

bagaimana dengan islam dan qurannya? :-k


Kalau di Islam, Awloh nya tinggal baca mantera "Kun Fayakun" :green: (jangan ditanya kenapa bisa begini/begitu?)
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