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Tafsir Surah al Shams (The Sun): In General each of the objects in space, the sun, the moon and earth, generate there own quantum fields (such as magnetic fields), on top of this each object is affected by gravity and they in turn affect each other through gravity and the quantum fields they create.
The fields in space have a real affect on life here on earth and are needed so we can survive, for example High tide occurs when a body of water is facing the moon above it and the moon is pulling the water toward it with its gravity. High tide also occurs when an ocean is facing directly away from the moon, which is now on the opposite side of the earth, and the moon is pulling the mass of the Earth away from the water towards it.
The Earth itself affects other bodies in space with the fields and forces it creates like they affect us. Our entire planet is enveloped in a giant bubble of magnetism, which springs from the molten dynamo (Lava rotation) in the Earth’s hot core and its rotation in space.
The sun also has an impact on us, the sun creates giant solar winds, “the solar wind is a stream of plasma released from the upper atmosphere of the Sun, this wind (made of electrons and protons) streams off of the Sun in all directions at speeds of about 400 km/s (about 1 million miles per hour), it can vary between 800 to 300 km/s.
These wind speed variations buffet the Earth’s giant magnetic field that surrounds it and can produce storms in the Earth’s magnetic bubble”, all creatures on earth can sense the earths magnetic bubble and get their sense of direction from it, it is part of life, so anything that affects it affects us.
“Out in space, the solar wind presses against the earths magnetic bubble and stretches it, creating a long tail in the downwind direction, making the earths magnetic buble look like the tail of a comet. The Earth’s magnetic tail is so great it extends well beyond the orbit of the Moon and once a month, when the Moon is full it orbits through it. This can have consequences on the moon ranging from lunar ‘dust storms’ to electrostatic discharges”.
Researchers have scientifically shown that historically, bursts of human creativity correlate with solar activity. The periods of greatest levels of human flourishing and creativity in science and the arts recorded in history were clearly shown to occur during solar activity (Solar wind) peaks. Continue reading