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[FILM] 1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets – starring Sir Ben Kingsley (English Version)

[FILM] 1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets – starring Sir Ben Kingsley (English Version)


OK class. Shhh. I’m giving each group of you
a different era of history to research…and the question is ‘What impact did your era
have on the modern world?’ So Sarah your group has the ancient Greeks. Ravi, you have the
Romans. And Danny’s group gets…ah yes, a bit of a challenge for you…you get the Middle
Ages, some even call it the Dark Ages. BOOOORING. See how you get on. So Shareen, yes, you get the Renaissance… Is that the Librarian? How are the Dark Ages gonna have anything
to do with us? Erm…excuse me, sorry to bother you. What do you want? We need to find out what impact the Dark Ages
had on the modern world? Never was a period of history so poorly named. Don’t touch. Its priceless….And I supposed
someone’s been filling your head with the usual nonsense, eh. A thousand wasted years,
a black hole in history, am I right? Um, yeah, sort of You see its always the same, you assume it
was all mud, disease, death, and destruction with marauding mobs of barbarians ripping
down the good of former civilizations, burning and plundering as they went, nothing of any
worth invented either, eh? Oh, no no no, no no no, go on, be off with you. Sorry to bother you. Come on , its probably not worth it, everyone
knows that the Greeks and the Romans invented everything anyway. Awwww, did they now? And you’re sure about
that are you? You know I might just have something for you. You seem to be up to the task. I…..suppose
I could…Follow me. I’ve got just the book for you. Where are we going?
Ask him! Uh, excuse me..where are we going? From darkness into light, my young friend.
From ocean onto land. There are things you should know. Oh yes, indeed. Now I know I left it around here somewhere
— Ah, here it is. Now, take a look…if you dare. What’s going on?! Welcom to the Dark Ages … or as it should
be known, The Golden Ages. Who are you? I am Al-Jazari, engineer and ingenious inventor. I thought you said this was the Dark Ages.
It doesn’t look very…dark. That’s because its all a matter of perspective,
my soon to be illuminated friend. Of course there are parts of the world that weren’t
dark at all, but in a civilisation that stretched from Spain to China the golden rays of discovery
and invention shone over everything. What civilization? The Mulsim civilization my, young friend.
Through scholars and scientists of various faiths some of the most important discoveries
known to man were made at this time – discoveries that drew on knowledge of the ancients, but
have more connection with your modern world than you could possibly ever imagine. Like what? Well, like, all sorts of things I’ve gotta get a picture of this. I knew it was a good idea. Who are you? Allow me to introduce Ibn Al Haytham, a great
scientist whose ideas led to the invention of the camera. You invented the camera? I laid the foundations for modern cameras
by explaining how our eyes work. I found a way of projecting an image onto another surface
through small hole in a dark room – later called, camera obscura. Think of all the things that evolved from
this discovery – cameras, cinema all share the same principle. Cool. LOOK OUT BELOW!! Who’s that? That’s my good friend, Abbas Ibn Firnas, who
gazed up to the heavens passionate in his belief that man could fly. Whoa. Indeed he dared to dream about flying one
thousand years before the Wright Brothers. You know you all take your jetsetting holidays
for granted so it only seems fair to remember Abbas ibn Firnas. Stand back. I’m ready for take off! Oh! He did frget one thing though..a tail,
useful for landing. Oh , my back. Doctor! Did someone call? Ah, my old friend, why don’t you introduce
yourself to my young guests? I am Abul Qassim Al-Zahrawi, many call me
the father of surgery. Did you actually do surgery back then? Of course we did, in fact, many of the surgical
tools that I invented are still used in you modern hospitals. Excuse me, a patient needs
my attention. Scalpel! I think I might need stitches. In that case, I’ll use cat gut. Cat gut? From the gut of animals, perfect for stitching
up internal wounds. Your surgeons are still using it today. Who’s she? That’s Maeriam Al-Astrulabi, one of the many
brilliant women of her time. She made sophisticated astrolabes. Astro-what? Astrolabes. They show the sky and the stars
on a small flat plate you can hold in your hand. Think of them as ancient calculating
or timekeeping devices. today you have your watch, your compass, satellite navigation…helping
people and explorers travel the world. Science at its brilliant best. And all these things were developed during
the Golden Ages? That’s just the tip of the iceberg. There
were thousands of other inventions covering all areas of life and in the years that followed
their influence spread across the whole of medieval Europe so you see, it wasn’t so dark
after all. What about you? Me? What did you invent? Well I don’t want to be big-headed but I made
some groundbreaking advances in engineering. I suppose my most significant discovery converted
rotary motion into linear motion, using a crank and connecting rod. It’s essential in
pumps and engines. In fact, I have no idea how the Industrial Revolution could have happened
hundreds of years later without such a device. Not that I ever get the credit I deserve.
But my crowning glory was my amazing time-telling machine, my legendary Elephant Clock. It’s a clock? Yes. Dozens of components collected from different
cultures around the world – Arabian, Egyptian, India, Greek, Chinese. Wow, a United Nations clock. That is pretty cool. Does it actually tell the time? Well, yes, of course. If it wasn’t for me
thousands of people would be late for everything. Speaking of time we better get you back. And
remember, spread the word, this was a Golden Age, and I have only shown you a tiny part
of this wondrous time. There are countless other scientists and inventions directly connected
to your modern world. You’re just going to have to find out for yourselves… No wait. Whoa. Did you? Yeah. That wasn’t quote so boring. Come on. We’re
gonna be late. So what did we learn? The Romans, the Greeks,
the Renaissance, and the Industrial Revolution all have great relevance to us today. Where’s
Danny’s group? Just there, Miss. Ah, our intrepid Dark Ages group, you probably
had a much harder time finding any connections with the modern world. Actually, Miss, that’s not strictly true…

100 Replies to “[FILM] 1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets – starring Sir Ben Kingsley (English Version)”

  • prajñā prajñā says:

    (N+).
    Two formulas 
    z^3=[z(z+1)/2]^2 – [z(z-1)/2]^2 
    And : 
    x^3+y^3=[y(y+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2 – [(x+1)^3+(x+2)^3+……..+(x+a-1)^3+(x+a)^3+(x+a+1)^3+……..+(y-1)^3]. 

    Because: 
    (x+a)^3=[(x+a)(x+a+1)/2]^2 – [(x+a)(x+a-1)/2]^2. 
    So: 
    x^3+y^3=[y(y+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2 – [(x+a)(x+a+1)/2]^2 + [(x+a)(x+a-1)/2]^2 – [(x+1)^3+(x+2)^3+……..+(x+a-1)^3+(x+a+1)^3+……..+(y-1)^3] 

    Suppose: 
    z^3=x^3+y^3. 
    So: 
    [z(z+1)/2]^2 – [z(z-1)/2]^2=[y(y+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2 – [(x+a)(x+a+1)/2]^2 + [(x+a)(x+a-1)/2]^2 – [(x+1)^3+(x+2)^3+……..+(x+a-1)^3+(x+a+1)^3+……..+(y-1)^3] 

    Attention! 
    This equation have four invariant square integers . The rest will change over integers (a). 
    Corresponding to a value of (a) will have a corresponding equation. 
    Impossible found integers to satisfy too many equations. 

    Example: 
    62^2 -32^2=25^2-14^2 – c^2+d^2 – [e^3+f^3+g^3+h^3+t^3+r^3] 
    62^2 -32^2=25^2-14^2 – p^2+q^2 – [e^3+f^3+g^3+h^3+k^3+r^3] 
    62^2 -32^2=25^2-14^2 – t^2+n^2 – [e^3+f^3+g^3+h^3+t^3+s^3] 
    62^2 -32^2=25^2-14^2 – h^2+k^2 – [v^3+f^3+g^3+h^3+t^3+r^3] 
    Too many equations. 
    How satisfied them by only integers !!!!!!!! 
    So: 
    z^3=/x^3+y^3 

    General case:
    z^n=/x^n+y^n. 
    First case.
    x^n=(x^3^r*x={[x(x+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2}^r*x.
    So:
    x^n=aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+.
    Second case:
    x^n=(x^3)^r*x^2={[x(x+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2}^r*x^2.
    So:
    x^n=aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+….
    Third case:
    x^n=(x^3)^r={[x(x+1)/2]^2- [x(x-1)/2]^2}^r
    So:
    x^n=aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+..
    In all cases x^n was written become aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+.
    Therefore:
    z^n=x^n+y^n 
    Mean:
    aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+.=tT^2+sS^2+pP^2+…..+qQ^2+mM^2+eE^2+.
    This is a huge dinosaur equation  needing only the integer to eat.!!!!!!!! . 
    Impossible!
    ADIEU.

  • prajñā prajñā says:

    Thus I have heard, once Sakyamuni Buddha was at Potalaka Mountain, in the treasure-adorned Way-place in Avalokitesvara's palace, sitting on a precious Lion-Throne adorned in purity with countless multifarious Mani-jewels. Hundreds of precious streamers and banners were hanging all around. 

    At that time, the Tathagata, who was sitting on his throne, intending to explain a teaching of the Total-Retention Dharani, was along with innumerable Bodhisattva-Mahasattvas, whose names are: Dharani King Bodhisattva, Treasure King Bodhisattva, Bhaisajya-Raja(Medicine King) Bodhisattva, Bhaisajya-Samudgata(Medicine Superior) Bodhisattva, Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, Maha-stamaprapta(Great Strength) Bodhisattva, Avatamsaka Bodhisattva, Great Sublime Bodhisattva, Precious Deposits Bodhisattva, Virtue Store Bodhisattva, Vajragarbha Bodhisattva, Akasagarbha(Space Store) Bodhisattva, Maitreya Bodhisattva, Samantabhadra(Universal Goodness) Bodhisattva, Manjusri Bodhisattva, and so on. Such Bodhisattva-Mahasattvas are all great Dharma-Princes who had been empowered through their crowns (Abhiseka). 

  • prajñā prajñā says:

    (N+).
    Two formulas 
    z^3=[z(z+1)/2]^2 – [z(z-1)/2]^2 
    And : 
    x^3+y^3=[y(y+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2 – [(x+1)^3+(x+2)^3+……..+(x+a-1)^3+(x+a)^3+(x+a+1)^3+……..+(y-1)^3]. 

    Because: 
    (x+a)^3=[(x+a)(x+a+1)/2]^2 – [(x+a)(x+a-1)/2]^2. 
    So: 
    x^3+y^3=[y(y+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2 – [(x+a)(x+a+1)/2]^2 + [(x+a)(x+a-1)/2]^2 – [(x+1)^3+(x+2)^3+……..+(x+a-1)^3+(x+a+1)^3+……..+(y-1)^3] 

    Suppose: 
    z^3=x^3+y^3. 
    So: 
    [z(z+1)/2]^2 – [z(z-1)/2]^2=[y(y+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2 – [(x+a)(x+a+1)/2]^2 + [(x+a)(x+a-1)/2]^2 – [(x+1)^3+(x+2)^3+……..+(x+a-1)^3+(x+a+1)^3+……..+(y-1)^3] 

    Attention! 
    This equation have four invariant square integers . The rest will change over integers (a). 
    Corresponding to a value of (a) will have a corresponding equation. 
    Impossible found integers to satisfy too many equations. 

    Example: 
    62^2 -32^2=25^2-14^2 – c^2+d^2 – [e^3+f^3+g^3+h^3+t^3+r^3] 
    62^2 -32^2=25^2-14^2 – p^2+q^2 – [e^3+f^3+g^3+h^3+k^3+r^3] 
    62^2 -32^2=25^2-14^2 – t^2+n^2 – [e^3+f^3+g^3+h^3+t^3+s^3] 
    62^2 -32^2=25^2-14^2 – h^2+k^2 – [v^3+f^3+g^3+h^3+t^3+r^3] 
    Too many equations. 
    How satisfied them by only integers !!!!!!!! 
    So: 
    z^3=/x^3+y^3 

    General case:
    z^n=/x^n+y^n. 
    First case.
    x^n=(x^3^r*x={[x(x+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2}^r*x.
    So:
    x^n=aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+.
    Second case:
    x^n=(x^3)^r*x^2={[x(x+1)/2]^2 – [x(x-1)/2]^2}^r*x^2.
    So:
    x^n=aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+….
    Third case:
    x^n=(x^3)^r={[x(x+1)/2]^2- [x(x-1)/2]^2}^r
    So:
    x^n=aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+..
    In all cases x^n was written become aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+.
    Therefore:
    z^n=x^n+y^n 
    Mean:
    aA^2+bB^2+cC^2+.=tT^2+sS^2+pP^2+…..+qQ^2+mM^2+eE^2+.
    This is a huge dinosaur equation  needing only the integer to eat.!!!!!!!! . 
    Impossible!
    ADIEU.

  • prajñā prajñā says:

    Thus I have heard, once Sakyamuni Buddha was at Potalaka Mountain, in the treasure-adorned Way-place in Avalokitesvara's palace, sitting on a precious Lion-Throne adorned in purity with countless multifarious Mani-jewels. Hundreds of precious streamers and banners were hanging all around. 

    At that time, the Tathagata, who was sitting on his throne, intending to explain a teaching of the Total-Retention Dharani, was along with innumerable Bodhisattva-Mahasattvas, whose names are: Dharani King Bodhisattva, Treasure King Bodhisattva, Bhaisajya-Raja(Medicine King) Bodhisattva, Bhaisajya-Samudgata(Medicine Superior) Bodhisattva, Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, Maha-stamaprapta(Great Strength) Bodhisattva, Avatamsaka Bodhisattva, Great Sublime Bodhisattva, Precious Deposits Bodhisattva, Virtue Store Bodhisattva, Vajragarbha Bodhisattva, Akasagarbha(Space Store) Bodhisattva, Maitreya Bodhisattva, Samantabhadra(Universal Goodness) Bodhisattva, Manjusri Bodhisattva, and so on. Such Bodhisattva-Mahasattvas are all great Dharma-Princes who had been empowered through their crowns (Abhiseka). 

  • Κωνσταντάς Χατζηκωσταράτσος says:

    Historical periods are not like the marks on the plate of a clock. This means that a historical period not only has a conventional start and a conventional end, but also a specific area, specific countries that it covers.

    So…, "Dark Ages" concerns only Western Europe. The term is not accurate, anyway, but it has nothing to do with, say, China. There was surely a Chinese emperor around 600 BC, but we may be sure he wasn't a Medieval Chinese emperor!!, because he was Chinese, and Chinese are never Medieval!!

    Yes, the first centuries after the rise of Islam was a period of progress. Many scientific terms commemorate the Arab contributions to science: algebra, algorithm, zenith and nadir, Almagestra, and also alchemy.

    But the video seems to imply that there was the Dark Ages, and Islam. This is a mistake. There was also Byzantium, which is the later period of the Roman empire. Byzantium was the source from which the Greek heritage passed to the Arabs. But indeed the Arabs were able to present many new things of their own.

  • Ajenna says:

    Shame that the 1001 inventions expo is lying about alot of the inventions, either some of the inventions werent invented by the muslims, but invented before them or alot of the inventions are myths.

  • Your Bro says:

    this reminded me of Prince of Persia 😀

  • SereniaSaissa says:

    A very nicely made piece of islamic propaganda.

    But there are some major events that Muslims and western historians fail to mention that were occurring during the time of this "golden age.

    Noone ever mentions the ongoing wars that were continually being fought – Muslim against Christians and Jews mostly – while this "golden age" was happening.

    Many many Christians were being taken into SLAVERY or forcibly converted to Islam. The Jews were either being forcibly converted or killed. 

    I also have some very serious doubts about this woman Mariam “Al-Astrolabiya” Al-Ijliya. In all my 30 years of reading history, I have NEVER heard of her before today. NEVER.

    To me she sounds just like a made up Islamic version of Hypatia (of Alexandria) who was known to have improved the Astrolabe during Roman times. And I have known about Hypatia for a very long time.

    If this Mariam woman was real – then she could and should have "invented" or at least improved some other piece of technology – and not just repeated what had already been done.

  • fukuseix says:

    This is obviously pandering to muslims in total disregard to history. 

  • Vasileios Anas says:

    Just for your information, the first try of flying was not in the middle ages. But from Greeks named Icarus and Daedalus!!!

  • Jimmy Lim says:

    You mean…

    Google search one by one:

    1)  Can Scholars Create Islamic Laws? – YouTube
     
    2)  Does the Prophet Teach The Quran? – YouTube

    3)  How They Twist Quran 59:6-7 – YouTube

    4)  Bukhari Hadith Exposed – YouTube

    5)  Is The Quran Complete Without Hadith? – YouTube

    6)  Contradictions In "Sahih" Hadith – YouTube

    7)  How To Pray Salat Without Hadith (Quran Only) – YouTube

    8)  Reasons To Follow Quran Alone (Not Hadith) – YouTube

    9)  True Islam vs Fake Islam of Scholars – YouTube

    Google search  "Mathematical (19 based) Miracle of Quran; Submission (Islam)"

    Google search  "Quran Miracle of Ninteen 19 – YouTube"

    Google search: "The Misconception of following Hadith and Sunna (sayings …"

    Google search:  "The Quran and its Message"

    Google search:  "Quran-Islam.org – True Islam"

    Google search by typing the words leaving the page numbers:

    See Page 0 of 9     HD- All The Time Frames in The Quran and Fully Explained …

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    To be shared with for peaceful comments only.

  • Tom Qutami says:

    It's nice

  • Sarkar Haider says:

    Thanks for ur effort

  • chayra sela says:

    Do people really believe that this story is true? Come on, be realistic. If it were true, were are the muslims scientist now? This deceiving. Look at >>>>>Science and Islam: A Reply to "1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets" .. 

  • Mido Moh says:

    Thanks for producing this video, and which is showing people how Muslims were in the past with the true and real Islam.
    It is a really good message to the westerns who underestimate Muslims and don't respect them. 

    God bless all Muslims and thanks again.

  • Reem Raza says:

    @1001Inventions  can u please mention the names of all the inventors mentioned in the video

  • Abdelrahman Abdelalim says:

    fantastic job

  • Fuad Saleh says:

    feel great. (y)

  • jeaniebaby001 says:

    Steve jobs comments make me laugh. Even his own dad who abandoned him had the decency and sense of propriety to not dare to claim him. Lol.

  • David Gold says:

    This video is historically false; the "civilization" stretching from Spain to India was actually the first Islamic Caliphate that came about by Muslims (Ghazis) waging hundreds of battles and conquering more land and people than 1,000 years of the Roman Empire. It requires amazing dishonesty to suggest Alhazen in the 10th century observing an eclipse through a pin hole is actually being credited for the invention of the photo camera we have today. Aristotle observed the same thing and wrote about it in the 4th century B.C. Chinese philosopher Mo Ti noted that a pinhole can form an inverted and focused image in the 5th century B.C.  Intromission theory (opposing emission theory) originated in Greek philosophy, and its proponents included Aristotle, Galen, and Empedocles. It is absurd to suggest Armen Firman jumping off a mosque in Spain with a cloak with some vulture feathers on it is actually credited with the idea of aviation and flight of the Wright Brothers. ancient Greek engineer, Hero of Alexandria, worked with air pressure and steam to create sources of power. One experiment that he developed was the aeolipile, which used jets of steam to create rotary motion. The importance of the aeolipile is that it marks the start of engine invention. Of course the Chinese are ignored by this video even though they actually can boast of inventions attempting to actually make flight but this video seems to credit a Muslim! In the Asclepieion of Epidaurus, some of the surgical cures listed, such as the opening of an abdominal abscess or the removal of traumatic foreign material, are realistic enough to have taken place. The Greek Galen was one of the greatest surgeons of the ancient world and performed many audacious operations including brain and eye surgery that were not tried again for almost two millennia. Of course again we find a Muslim credited with surgery. A thousand years before al-Zahrawi, the Greek and Roman physicians in the Classical World had access to a variety of surgical instruments. This is known through several ancient texts which give brief descriptions and also from a 1887 find in the ruins of Pompeii. A house that belonged to a Greek surgeon in 79 AD was identified by its large stores of surgical equipment numbering over a hundred. These medical instruments, which are now on display in museums around the world, were all available to the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates (460–370 BC) who lived more than a thousand years before Islam, and many of them in a similar form are still being used today. These instruments include a variety of scalpels, hooks, uvula-crushing forceps, bone drills, bone forceps, catheters and bladder sounds, vaginal speculum, and even a portable medicine chest to carry them in. The Greek physician and medical researcher Claudius Galenus (129–217 AD), someone who greatly influenced Western medical science, who first used catgut to close wounds and not al-Zahrawi. 

    A marriage of the planisphere and dioptra, the astrolabe was effectively an analog calculator capable of working out several different kinds of problems in spherical astronomy. Theon of Alexandria wrote a detailed treatise on the astrolabe, and Lewis (2001) argues that Ptolemy used an astrolabe to make the astronomical observations recorded in the Tetrabiblos. The compass was invented in China, during the Han Dynasty between the 2nd century BC and 1st century AD. The dry compass was invented in medieval Europe around 1300. Of course Ben Kingsley can suggest this was also Muslim invention! And let's not forget satellites, a modern invention that no Muslim has contributed anything. Excuse me if this sounds harsh, but you invite this criticism when you make this propaganda. 

  • David Gold says:

    Unfortunately for our ingenious Muslim engineer al-Jazari, the crank-shaft was known to the Chinese of the Han Dynasty. The Han Dynasty lasted from 206 BC to 220 AD. By the 1st century AD cranks were used on Roman medical devices, but it was not until 834 AD where we find proof of the crank in Europe. A picture in a graphic codex of a man sharpening a sword on a grindstone turned by a crank. 206 BC to 834 AD is certainly a lot earlier than a 12th century Muslim invented it. What Al-Jazari described was a crank and connecting rod system in a water pump. He incorporated a crankshaft, but it was unnecessarily complex indicating that he did not fully understand the concept of power conversion.

    Piston technology was also used by Hero of Alexandria in the 1st century AD with the creation of the worlds first steam-powered engine…the aeolipile, more than a thousand years before al-Jazari. In his works "Pneumatica" and "Automata" he also described over a hundred machines and automata, including mechanical singing birds, puppets, a fire engine, a wind organ, and a coin-operated machine, so if anyone deserves the title given to al-Jazari it's Hero of Alexandria. It must also be noted that Hero's works "Mechanica" (in three books) survive only in their Arabic translations, so the Muslims had access to all this pre-Islamic genius, yet making a factually accurate video on Islamic achievements seems to have proved too much for some. Mr. Kinglsey, a.k.a. al-Jazari, this is why you don't credit nor do you get to make the ridiculous claim that you brought about the industrial revolution! 

    As for your amazing time-telling machine, the water clock, the ancient Egyptians used a time mechanism run by flowing water. One of the oldest was found in the tomb of an Egyptian pharaoh buried in 1500 BC, and the Chinese began developing mechanized clocks from around 200 BC. The Greeks also measured time with various types of water clocks. The more impressive mechanized water clocks were developed between 100 BC and 500 AD by Greek and Roman horologists and astronomers.  Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer Archimedes of Syracuse (287–212 BC) is also said to have made such a device. By the 9th century AD a mechanical timekeeper had been developed that lacked only an escapement mechanism. Of course without good ole al-Jazari, thousands of people would be late! 

  • David Gold says:

    Spread the word, we are living in the "Golden Age" where nearly 300,000 patents are filed in the U.S. alone. We don't need to go back centuries to make absurd and patently false claims that Muslims were responsible for inventions that existed long before Islam in an effort to disguise the truth that in the modern world Israelis have produced over 150 Nobel Prize winners while the Islamic world has given us a few that could be counted on our hands and one of those was unrepentant terrorist Yasser Arafat. 

  • atheismeeu says:

    A very nice fairytale in the style of a modern Disney film or Harry Potter. Like a ghost from a bottle. I don't see any science in it, or nothing new, but that's not the meaning of a fairytail of course. Gods and ghostst don't exist. Religions mainly bost about how important and all powerful they are, but they are just human lik all of us. 

  • Justin Thomas says:

    There is only one scientific invention Islam has contributed to.. Time travel, back into the 7th century.

  • niluh ketut nita permatasari says:

    Wonderfull…..  😀 😀

  • 'Bara ahmed says:

    صحيح 100%

  • Basim Sahla says:

    Proud to be muslim.

  • Ali Khan says:

    A biG Big thanks…! Such a TruTH reveAlinG FiLm.
    A BrilliAnt SteP inTo the PasT.

  • Roua Nazar says:

    thank you for this amazing movie 

  • optimistic says:

    The Quran is Amazing
    by Gary Miller
    http://www.islam101.com/science/GaryMiller.html

  • Mohammed Alsufyani says:

    Islam

  • Mian حسين says:

    I want the all 1001 inventions of Muslims and I really want to step in the Library of Secrets ik there is no such thing like that, but I meant for my own IMAGINATION!

  • norhan aldhafiri says:

    Thank you for the video 
    It's amaizing!

  • Moawia Mohammed says:

    We must learn

  • Alaiddin Emre Özyurt says:

    Ben Kingsley still is one of my absolute favourite actors:)

  • Imad Rehman says:

    GOOD

  • Imad Rehman says:

    its good

  • StinkyBeava says:

     SAVE YOUR BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY AND PEOPLE !!!
    Islam has only ONE True Goal: Total Conquest of the Whole World – and by any means.
    Given their way, EVERY ONE of us will end up either DEAD or a MUSLIM. No Exceptions. This is VERY explicitly stated in the Quran. They must FIGHT until there is "no more fitnah (disbelief) in the world" and ALL people worship Allah.

  • cjs maan says:

    Dil ke behlaane ko khayaal achhaa hai  "Ghalib"
    too much of a stretch of imagination.Not that there is no truth in it at all.Any thing that keep the Muslim kids from turning into Jihadis is helpful in the long run.

  • Marz Playz says:

    i went there and i saw the 1001 inventions and everything in that vid.. 

  • ancient1 says:

    true knowledge wrong phenotype just more Disney land white washing lol!

  • Ahmed Mokhtar says:

    اللهم أنصر الأسلام فى كل مكان 

  • Terri Christiansen-Morgan says:

    GREAT video!!!

  • s orr says:

    What a shame that Islam has changed 180 degrees many hundreds of years ago, and soon after, from their relatively civilized behaviour. Also, It is debatable whether the Christian world has ever been truly "civilized", of course. The progress made in the "West" can easily be shown to be made IN SPITE of "christian" institutions and christian cultural hegemony…

  • Lucius xxx says:

    Very interesting, I also recommend that –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xmjz1XT5dw

  • mahmoud sherif says:

    waw

  • flavaqueen5287 says:

    It's a shame that ignorant people have the strongest convictions… oh well.. you can't fix stupid!!! Anyone who thinks this video is "religious propaganda" or "full of lies" clearly hasn't done the research. They also probably get all their news from Fox News. smh… 

  • 96 says:

    Woow great job .. and I'm so proud of the islamic history and inventions 😃

  • Raditya Oe says:

    very good video, but cc is terrible. someone pls fix the cc

  • Alyazia Omar says:

    Islam haven't changed, Muslims have.
    Islam is still the same, it teaches us the right manners and beliefs. On the other hand Muslims are humans, and humans make mistakes like all of us.
    If people want to know more about Islam, they should educate themselves and read books or ask a "Mutawa" about it.

    You know what's the problem nowadays? People talk without thinking, they just copy what other people say. That's why they don't know what Islam is truly about.

  • abdulmohsen al yaqoot says:

    #GR

  • i Dream says:

    There are still a lot of things not mentioned yet !!! such as the dicovery of America and Australia, and the great map that still shocking scholars today.

  • Ibrahim Aldulaimi says:

    wow

  • Evelyn Stark says:

    It's something Americans will never have…our oriental mysterious world, beautiful, exotic women that don't have to put out their attributes to look nice,cause even when they are covered up they are beautiful, they have eyes, smile,and karma ,intelligence, and that's what I call beauty…and man the music…mind blowing….sorry americano folks 😉 and of course since some of you will say that this music, soundtrack from the video was made by americans,true, but this type of music didn't come from America, it came from the streets of Arabia, Morocco, Egypt and other beautiful countries and cities …. Sallam

  • antwan1357 says:

    Take into account that Islam both helped modern science and then crushed it same with Christianity both at first helped it then crushed it as soon as sciences challenged religiously held beliefs so many people went into hiding luckily their books survived because what one dictator liked another would take your life if he disliked. In both Christian and Muslim populations.

  • dardano ilir says:

    Islam i know. Made me cry.

  • onlyonetoserve says:

    i proud bare witness and make cry tear our golden history we do make pull west from dark abyss.

  • ConchylicultorOfficial says:

    Unfortunately, the time were muslim embraced science is over. Today obscurantism prevails. Just look how many muslim reject evolution. I feel sad for the future.

  • Sameen Ahmed Khan says:

    Excellent Video. 

    My recent article on the same topics: 

    Sameen Ahmed Khan,
    Medieval Islamic achievements in optics,
    Il Nuovo Saggiatore, Volume 31, No. 1-2, pp. 36-45 (January-February 2015). 
    http://prometeo.sif.it/papers/online/sag/031/01-02/pdf/06-percorsi.pdf 
    http://SameenAhmedKhan.webs.com/

  • TheMsiaddict says:

    It's like we had a huge library in the past, but then a fire destroyed it. And we didn't do anything to collect some books to build the library again. We are too busy to whine and to memorise the lost library.

    How would we get the lost victory if we didn't try to gain it again?

  • Ha Kou says:

    The renaissance was heavily catalysed by the Islamic works in the differant fields of science, even recent discoveries have relation to the golden age, eg :

    Theory of evolution – Brotheren of Purity 
    Nuclear fission – Gaber
    Modern Medicine – Rhazes 

    ect

  • وقل ربي زدني علماً says:

    Assalâm 3laikum,
    Is it possible to subtitle this video in Spanish and I would not change anything just putting the subtitles. I want your permission. Thank you in advance. Mohamed Bellahcen

  • Muhammad Naweed says:

    Wow!! Masha Allah!!

  • Mr Power Okonma says:

    Yuu

  • هاجر عمر says:

    that is right

  • Mohammad Al-Hejji says:

    An amazing short film!

  • George Evers says:

    "The basic optical principles of the pinhole are commented on in Chinese tects from the fifth century BC…. The [Chinese] philosopher Mo Ti (later Mo Tsu) was the first – to our knowledge – to record the formation of an inverted image with a pinhole or screen. Mo Ti was aware that objects reflect light in all directions, and that rays from the top of an object, when paying through a hole, will produce the lower part of an image." *

    * photo.net/pinhole/pinhole

  • Master Shifu says:

    Muslims have created some of the best inventions ever in history

  • cricket Stars Wireless says:

    Without them invent and without them discovery, we wasnt have all this new technologies now, without them was be in the real dark ages, but the ignorant just take it as religious and forgot that all religions from and to and for god, and races for coloring and all some bullshit nowadays

  • Jack Gunner says:

    This is a wonderful work of fiction. Love it!

  • Hadi Abdulhameed says:

    and they say islam is not compatible with science (-_-)…. look at all the verses in the Quran talking about the importance of pursuing the scientific process in your life. instead of looking at jihadists then painting a wrong picture about islam in your minds….

  • מוחמד טאהא says:

    and you forgot one the most important descovries ever which was by a muslim who is name is al khwarzme (الخوارزمي) he is the man who discovred the moat of rules 🙂 so without him most of the things that we have today wont be here

  • Zaheer Ahmed says:

    Peace upon you all, Quran brought to the world innumerous scientific facts, Muslims became passionate about science and technology. Apart from their invention s they also introduced the world technology and concepts from other parts of the world..like chimi this Chinese word was used by the arabs for refering chemicals, they also introduced numbers 0-9 which is called indo Arabic numerals. 0 came from the root word shunia(0) from India.

  • Rorox123 123 says:

    Muslim thoughts for every things from the beginning then Europe invites

  • m shaban says:

    Good not that baaad

  • F1GPP says:

    The history of the world is the story of mankind's evolution over an unimaginable amount of time.

    Our collective ability to learn from each other is what advances our species.Think about it for a moment.

    There is much we have to do if we are to survive on this Earth, we must let go of all the fear and divisions.

    Our ancestor is everything living on this planet today, for life started in the oceans in the most basic way imaginable.

    All HUMAN achievement is for the benefit of each and every person living on the planet today.

  • almwaysa says:

    Proofs of Muslim Civilization's influence on modern science still exists today.
    Algebra = Arabic word means to "mend or equate"
    Alchemy = Arabic word means "Trickery" which aimed (and failed) to turn cheap metals into precious ones
    Alcohol = Arabic word for "Covering something (mostly the brain)" i.e: drunk
    Algorithm = derived from Alkhawarizmi, famous Muslim mathematician.
    Alembic = Derived from "Al-Enbeek" Chemical apparatus used for distilling chemicals
    I think that is enough for the "Religious Propaganda" people…

  • Arbi Namrif says:

    what ever you do there will be a haters, and when you hate someone think again,because you have haters too

  • Wafaa Kassem says:

    gosh!! science means passion ..i understand it like that <3 <3
    i'm really proud of my ancestors.. and i wish every body could understand that Islam was never about any thing but making the world a better place ,full of peace ,mercy , inventions(passion) …and any radical evil behaviors comes out of those corrupted "persons" not the religion . i'm feeling loved " right now 😀 i don't know why 😀 and i love every single human being and i'm an Arab Muslim <3

  • AFGalwayz says:

    muslim world is experiencing its own dark age of sorts right now. funny how if you told a golden age era muslim that countries like france and england would over-take them economically, politically, militarily, and that baghdad would be a ruin full of chaos and oppression and violence, they would think you are crazy.

  • Chris says:

    The Greeks were the best civilization, they were the foundation for the world we live in, although the Arabs contributed to it, every civilization played a big part. China especially.

  • oyinbo peppe says:

    Ben Kingsley, – born Krishna Pandit Bhanji to a Gujarati Ismaili Muslim Khoja Father.

  • afif hendrawan says:

    2017, and this film gives me goosebumps

  • Wahid Hazim says:

    May I share this video to instagram by cutting it into several parst of video. And I insert it with Indonesian subtitle..?

  • Pretty Sparkles says:

    People to all of you idiots, Islam is a peaceful religion but it's just us HUMANS who aren't being respectful AND ALSO NOT FOLOWING ITS TEACHINGS OK? AND DO REALIZE THAT A MUSLIM IS A PERSON WHO NOT ONLY RESPECTS ISLAM BUT ALSO FOLLOW THE *TEACHINGS*. SO EVEN IF THE PERSON WHO COMMITS A CRIME IS PART OF THE ISLAM RELIGION THEY ARE NOT *MUSLIM*.SO STOP HATING ON ISLAM AND DO SOMETHING BETTER IN LIFE. good day/night to you all.

  • أبو رايد الفضلي ُ says:

    I respect my Muslim brothers from all parts of the earth and thank those who have done this wonderful work

    from saudi arabia

  • Aliaa Alaini says:

    I am proud that i'm Muslim .

  • mahran bessifi says:

    Médecine algorithme algèbre al chimie " chimical

  • mahran bessifi says:

    I hope tht muslims knw théir history before western …they must wake up

  • Zameen Z says:

    BBC. What Islamic world did for us.
    https://youtu.be/J1btMSGeZfA

  • Diya Ayu says:

    im so proud being a muslims because our prophet said to us for always learning and always keep reading untill you went to china subhanallah…

  • Diya Ayu says:

    and all what happend in future its already writen in our quran

  • Keya Hussain says:

    Is it me or does anyone else hear the teen wolf music at 3:20 ???

  • lulu miraculous says:

    This is just avery small part of Islamics inventions ,
    we did alot,
    but the truth isn't complete now,
    when Al-Mahdi comes he will make you know,
    and the Prophet Jesus will tell you when he come

  • Gee Kay says:

    OMG I'M SO PROUD THAT I HAVE THAT BOOK

  • BorneanJoy says:

    very nice video … should make more video like this … educative and fun

  • Mdlalchand Sk says:

    Now we Muslims must have to get up.

  • Nadia LeCamel says:

    If arabs were the reason of inventions then where are they now? Why did they stop? Where are factories and proof of their intelligence? Why I can't see in this country but American Pepsi factory? I never saw car brand made by Arabs

  • Vejita Sayajin says:

    رااااااااائع

  • SR10 gamer says:

    Thanks for this. Keep it up

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