tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8328075989473268266.post6565069675993698909..comments2021-09-25T12:01:20.037+03:00Comments on Life in Kuwait Blog: Religious backed U.S. companies in Kuwait- Timberland is a Jewish backed Company!Crazy in Kuwaithttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09438670456717426074noreply@blogger.comBlogger7125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8328075989473268266.post-15100108461922248202013-06-28T10:51:46.335+03:002013-06-28T10:51:46.335+03:00Google is amazing, you will have all of your quati...Google is amazing, you will have all of your quations magically answered when you hit the search button :PCrazy in Kuwaithttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09438670456717426074noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8328075989473268266.post-68802705535422768152013-06-28T04:52:30.054+03:002013-06-28T04:52:30.054+03:00Mr. Idiot speaking - Agreed that you are very smar...Mr. Idiot speaking - Agreed that you are very smart and I am a Idiot - All those 10 great things are actually great advances in mathematics and I have to admit that but can you tell me 10 great things that have come like that in the last 50 years. Some great invention or technology or brand or product Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8328075989473268266.post-24466362570725873862013-06-27T22:23:37.313+03:002013-06-27T22:23:37.313+03:00Interesting indeed, I wonder if the company who br...Interesting indeed, I wonder if the company who brought the store here had any idea of the writing? I'm not sure if it's Al Shaya or someone else. Crazy in Kuwaithttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09438670456717426074noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8328075989473268266.post-57837682634598291532013-06-27T13:01:17.837+03:002013-06-27T13:01:17.837+03:00hey! I checked out the forever 21 bag I have at ho...hey! I checked out the forever 21 bag I have at home and there's no bible verse printed on it! (I'm actually secretly disappointed that Kuwait got to them.. lol) <br /><br />I wonder if this is the case with all their bags outside of the US. Mimihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/08629167301294913436noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8328075989473268266.post-2809410143528996142013-06-26T09:29:55.547+03:002013-06-26T09:29:55.547+03:00Honestly I hadn't read the comment, now that I...Honestly I hadn't read the comment, now that I've read it I just laugh at the idiot who wrote it, who obviously has no idea what Muslims have contributed to the world:<br /><br />The most important contribution is the Scientific Method which Muslims invented and the credit has wrongly been given to Francis Bacon. Bacon was simply translating books from Arabic. <br /><br />1. The Greeks are said to have invented algebra but according to Oelsner, it was confined to furnishing amusements "for the plays ofthe Goblet." The Muslims applied it to higher purpose. <br /><br />2. Under Caliph Mamun, "Muslims discovered equations of the second degree, and very soon after they developed the theory of quadratic equations and the binomial theorem." <br /><br />3. Muslims invented spherical trigonometry; they were the first to apply algebra to geometry, to introduce the tangent, and to substitute the sine for the arc in trignometrical calculations. [For reference Carra De Vaux's "Legacy of Islam.] <br /><br />4. Al-Nasavi is the author of Almugna Fil Hissab Al-Kindi" short extracts of which were published by F. Woepeke in the journal Asiatique in 1863. His arithmetic explains the division of fractions and the extraction of square and cubic roots in an almost modern manner. He introduces the decimal system in place of sexagesimal system. <br /><br />5. "Abu Zakariya Muhammad Al-Hissar who probably lived in the 12th century A.D. is the author of "Kitab-ussaghir-fil-hissab." One of his important sections was translated and published by H. Suter in 1901. Al-Hissar was the first mathematician who started writing fractions in their present form with a horizontal line. A commentary on his treatise on arithmetic, written by Ibn al-Banna, gained much popularity and was published in French by A. Marre in 1864 and reprinted in Rome in 1865." <br /><br />6. Al-Khwarizmi is considered the founder of Algebra and developed it to an exceptionally high degree. He also gives geometric solutions of quadratic equations. Robert Chester was the first to translate his book into Latin in 1145 A.D. which introduced Algebra into Europe. "In the 18th century Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa...says he owed a great deal to the Arabs...Leonardo enumerates the sixcases of quadratic equations just as Al-Khwarizmi gives them." Khwarizmi's trigonometric <br />tables which deal with the sine and tangent were translated into Latin by Adelard of Bath. <br /><br />7. Omar Khayyam wrote a book called "Mushkilat-i-Hisab" dealing with complicated arithmetic problems, which has been preserved in Munich (Germany). A greater part of his work to devoted to "cubic equations and his work includes an "admirable classification of equations based on the number and different terms which they include. He recognizes thirteen terms different forms of cubic and quadratic equations by the conic section method..." <br /><br />8. Abul Kamil improved upon the work of Khwarizmi. "He dealt with quadratic equations,multiplication and division of algebraic qualities, additions and subtractions of radicals and the algebraic <br />treatment of pentagons and decagons." <br /><br />9. Abu Bakr Karkhi wrote a treatise on algebra known as "Al-Fakhri." It was published by Woepeke in Paris in 1853 A.D. <br /><br />10. Famous brothers Muhammad, Ahmad and Hasan, sons of Musa bin Shakir wrote an excellent book on geometry which was translated into Latin by Gerard of Cremona, and into German by M. Kurtaza. <br /><br />Crazy in Kuwaithttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09438670456717426074noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8328075989473268266.post-28469559715289290722013-06-26T08:49:42.749+03:002013-06-26T08:49:42.749+03:00I hardly think she was whining about Christians an...I hardly think she was whining about Christians and Jews, but rather state that these brands do exist in a Muslim country. <br /><br />I don't think the bible verse or reference to it will be printed on the Forever 21 shopping bags here in Kuwait. I should have a bag or two at home. Will go and check it out. Am quite curious! lolMimihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/08629167301294913436noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8328075989473268266.post-55538261800957363312013-06-20T02:32:30.828+03:002013-06-20T02:32:30.828+03:00ha ha ha what product is there that is made by Mus...ha ha ha what product is there that is made by Muslims in Kuwait or in the world for that matter except for manufacturing Hate, Bombs, Murder and Destruction. Don't tell me its oil because that's something dug up from the ground and expats do the work of extracting it out. Coca Cola, Pepsi, McDonald's and if you look pretty much everything in Kuwait say in the Avenues or 360 all come from the US or UK which is majority Christian. Stop whining about Christians and Jews and go get a life. If you are so unhappy go and make some products that change the world and show that Muslims can contribute with great products in a modern world.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com