Originally Posted by tarekabdo12
There are 2 types of skies which referred to Quran as 7 skies ... the atmosphere layers and the universe skies.
>> Verse which refers to atmosphere as sky:
"By Heaven with its cyclical systems." (86:11)
"Returning" function of the sky (condensed water-rains, reflects radiation and UV ray, reflects radio waves broadcast etc)
Seven skies one above another. Cool concept which is introduced by Quran. One must remember here that there is no ancient arabic word for 'atmosphere', so Quran only refers it as 'skies'. There are 7 layers in the atmosphere:
>> Verse which refers to the sky as sky:
"By the sky full of paths and orbits." (Quran 51:7)
The entire universe is full of paths and orbits.
And about the other 'skies' which the lowest sky is adorned with stars ... it is the sky which hold this universe. And it has 7 layers too but modern science couldn't figure that out yet so I guess we just have faith that there are 7 layers of skies.
What does 7 heavens mean mentioned in Qur'an? - Yahoo! Answers
You can just consider these links if you are interested>>>>>>
The Medical Miracles of the Holy Quran
Embryology and human creation between Quran and science
you can consider a relation between religion and science.
In fact, you are speaking as if you know every kind of knowledge in the world which is not true. Science still has things more to discover.
No the ionosphere and magneteopshere are not layers of the atmopshere,
atmospheric layers are defined by differential methods of heating, what defintion of layer of the atmopshere are you using that justifies the inclusion of the ionopshere and magnetosphere? , here are some real science sources, there are not 7 layers:
Layers of the Earth's Atmosphere: Troposphere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Thermosphere, and Exosphere
NWS JetStream - Layers of the Atmosphere
But most importantly what is your definition of atmospheric layer?