Nabi Musa Belah Laut Merah dibantu Angin Timur

Fenomena Nabi Musa Belah Laut Merah United States scientists say, the winds that blow from the east was reported to help racing parting of the Red Sea (Laut Merah) by Moses (Nabi Musa as) as recorded in the religious scriptures Samawi.

Computer simulations show how the wind can throw sea water to reach the ocean floor and form a lagoon, the group said researchers at the National Agency for Atmospheric Research and the University of Colorado at Boulder, as quoted from Reuters.

“Simulations are nearly matching the evidence on the troupe Musa,” says the leader of the study, the NCAR Carl Drews.

According to Carl, based on the science of physics, the wind can throw water into a lane that is safe to cross because it is flexible, then flow back to normal.

According to the writings of Christian and Islamic holy book, Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt for Pharaoh’s pursuit at the 3000 years ago.

The Red Sea (Laut Merah) was split temporarily to help a group of Moses (Nabi Musa) crossing and immediately closed again, drowning Pharaoh’s army. Drews and his group examined about hurricanes originating from the Pacific Ocean create large storms that can throw water on the deep ocean.

His group showed that the Mediterranean Sea south of the ferry was supposed to be, and describe different forms of land due later formed the oceans and triggers the issue regarding the split.

Exposure requires a horseshoe shape of the Nile and shallow lagoons along the coastline.

This shows the wind speed of about 101 kilometers per hour that blow during the 12 hours, can throw water at depths of about two meters.

“Laguna has as far as 3-4 miles long and five kilometers wide which split over four hours,” they said in the journal Public Library of Science, PLoS ONE.

“People are amazed at his story has made the division of the sea, imagining that it was the real thing,” Drew said, adding that this study describes the marine division under the laws of physics.

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