PERIODIC TABLE COINCIDENCES

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IRON
The atomic mass of iron is 55.845, which when rounded up becomes 56. 56 is only one number away from 57.
Chapter 57 is the “iron chapter” of the Quran.
The atomic number of iron is 26. The number 26 is only one number away from the number 25. Verse 25 of the iron chapter is the iron verse, which has the 25th (not the 26th) occurrence of the word “Allah” in the iron chapter.

OTHER ELEMENTS
Harun Yahya, borrowing from research done by Ömer Çelakıl, changed one-letter and two-letter symbols of elements in the periodic table to equivalent Arabic letters. Then he searched separately each of the 29 verses in the iron chapter, looking for relations between the symbol of each element and its atomic number or its atomic mass. If, for example, the atomic number or the atomic mass rounded down, or the atomic mass rounded up to a whole number were 45, he would try to find a verse where the first occurrence of the 2 letter pair of the element’s symbol was at the 44th and 45th (or 45th and 46th) letters. If that did not find any match in any of the 29 verses, he would try counting backwards from the end of the verse. If that did not work, he would try matching on the 2-letter symbol spelled backwards. If that did not work, he counted intervening letters, which is one less than how many letters later. He tried various combinations of these “almost match” rules. If that did not work, he tried counting words instead of counting letters, and allowing the counting to continue into the next verse if the verse did not have enough words. If that did not work, he tried things such as counting all words except the word “and”. It is not surprising that he found over 30 matches.
For example, the element Tantalum (symbol “Ta”) has atomic number 73. The 73rd and 74th letters of one of the 29 verses of the iron chapter are “t” and “a”.
His claims are true if you bend the rules enough.
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IRON
The atomic mass of iron is 55.845, which when rounded up becomes 56. 56 is only one number away from 57.
Chapter 57 is the “iron chapter” of the Quran.
The atomic number of iron is 26. The number 26 is only one number away from the number 25. Verse 25 of the iron chapter is the iron verse, which has the 25th (not the 26th) occurrence of the word “Allah” in the iron chapter.
[The list of everywhere the word “Allah” is used can be located in the dictionary link found by doing a Google search of “wal-lahu quran dictionary”.]

ISOTOPE OF IRON
Edip Yüksel, in 2007 in his footnote to the iron verse, using one of the systems for assigning numerical values to letters of the Arabic alphabet, computed that the sum of the numerical values of the letters in the Arabic word for iron adds up to 57. By coincidence, the 3rd most common isotope of iron has a total number of neutrons plus protons of 57.

IRON IN MOBY DICK
Mathematical miracles appear in many books if you search for them. In the 1851 epic sea novel “Moby-Dick”, the word “iron” appears 85 times and the word “metal” appears 10 times. 85+10=95.
The atomic number of iron is 26, its atomic weight is 55.845, and at the time someone did this calculation, iron had only 14 known isotopes. By coincidence, 26+55+14=95

OTHER ELEMENTS
Harun Yahya, borrowing from research done by Ömer Çelakıl, changed one-letter and two-letter symbols of elements in the periodic table to equivalent Arabic letters. Then he searched separately each of the 29 verses in the iron chapter, looking for relations between the symbol of each element and its atomic number or its atomic mass. If, for example, the atomic number or the atomic mass rounded down, or the atomic mass rounded up to a whole number were 45, he would try to find a verse where the first occurrence of the 2 letter pair of the element’s symbol was at the 44th and 45th (or 45th and 46th) letters. If that did not find any match in any of the 29 verses, he would try counting backwards from the end of the verse. If that did not work, he tried matching on the 2-letter symbol spelled backwards. If that did not work, he counted intervening letters, which is one less than how many letters later. He tried various combinations of these “almost match” rules. If that did not work, he tried counting words instead of counting letters, and allowing the counting to continue into the next verse if the verse did not have enough words. If that did not work, he tried things such as counting all words except the word “and”. It is not surprising that he found over 30 matches.
For example, the element Tantalum (symbol “Ta”) has atomic number 73.  The 73rd and 74th letters of one of the 29 verses of the iron chapter are “t” and “a”.
His claims are true if you bend the rules enough.
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