Observation of a Most Phenomenal Computed Calligraphy in Quran


  •  Baback Khodadoost    

Abstract

Observation of a multifaceted mathematical-computational structure of Quran through analysis of its letter and word frequencies and important implications of such observations have been extensively explained and discussed in a recent article: “Khodadoost B. (2015) The Computed Scripture: Exponentially Based Fourier Regulated Construct of Quran and its fundamentally important Consequences". In the present article we report observation of yet another facet of this mathematical structure of Quran which is a phenomenal "parametric name-printing”. This observation has been made through a systematic compute-plot algorithm which uses the given name and chapter frequencies of letters in Quran as its input and shows in the output, calligraphic printing in Arabic of the same name. Several names of God, Major Prophets, and even some physicists are shown to clearly manifest these calligraphic effects. Sensitivities of these observations to changes in letter frequencies in Quran are so high that increase or decrease of even one letter and only in one chapter of Quran can completely demolish the calligraphic effects. These astonishing observations not only are extremely important and interesting in their own right, but also point to an immensely complicated and intricate super-intelligent mathematical design of Quran and reinforce "Mathematically Fully constrained Writing" or MFCW identity of this scripture and its consequences, as have been explained in the above article.


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  • ISSN(Print): 1913-8989
  • ISSN(Online): 1913-8997
  • Started: 2008
  • Frequency: quarterly

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