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Whose researches in the field of Optics is considered the origin of all our knowledge in Optics.?

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Asked by onlytruth, 13 Feb '12 02:49 pm
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By FATHER OF OPTICS Ibn al Haithem or Alhazen
Zigrid Honkah of Germany also says in her famous book, Allahs Sun Rises at the West, al-Hassan Ibnul Haitham was on top of the Arab educators in the Western countries and had the greatest effect, and says too, The impact of this Arab (Ibnul Haitham) genius on the Western countries was great as his theories overruled in Physics and Optics at Europe until this day. His book Visions was the base for many of Optics creations, starting with the English (Roger Bacon) and ending with the German (Witelo). As for Leonardo Da Vinci the Italian, and the inventor of the Eyehole Copying Machine or the Dark Machine, and the inventor of the pump and the lathe and the first plane all not true as he was inspired directly by Muslims and the heritage of Ibnul Haitham gave him a lot of ideas. When Kepler researched in Germany during the 16th century around all the theories that Galileo used in viewing unknown stars through a giant telescope, Ibnul Haitham ...more
Answered by truthmissile, 13 Feb '12 02:51 pm

 
  
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By FATHER OF OPTICS Ibn al Haithem or Alhazen
Zigrid Honkah of Germany also says in her famous book, Allahs Sun Rises at the West, al-Hassan Ibnul Haitham was on top of the Arab educators in the Western countries and had the greatest effect, and says too, The impact of this Arab (Ibnul Haitham) genius on the Western countries was great as his theories overruled in Physics and Optics at Europe until this day. His book Visions was the base for many of Optics creations, starting with the English (Roger Bacon) and ending with the German (Witelo). As for Leonardo Da Vinci the Italian, and the inventor of the Eyehole Copying Machine or the Dark Machine, and the inventor of the pump and the lathe and the first plane all not true as he was inspired directly by Muslims and the heritage of Ibnul Haitham gave him a lot of ideas. When Kepler researched in Germany during the 16th century around all the theories that Galileo used in viewing unknown stars through a giant telescope, Ibnul Haitham
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I agree!. By FATHER OF OPTICS Ibn al Haithem or Alhazen
Zigrid Honkah of Germany also says in her famous book, Allahs Sun Rises at the West, al-Hassan Ibnul Haitham was on top of the Arab educators in the Western countries and had the greatest effect, and says too, The impact of this Arab (Ibnul Haitham) genius on the Western countries was great as his theories overruled in Physics and Optics at Europe until this day. His book Visions was the base for many of Optics creations, starting with the English (Roger Bacon) and ending with the German (Witelo). As for Leonardo Da Vinci the Italian, and the inventor of the Eyehole Copying Machine or the Dark Machine, and the inventor of the pump and the lathe and the first plane all not true as he was inspired directly by Muslims and the heritage of Ibnul Haitham gave him a lot of ideas. When Kepler researched in Germany during the 16th century around all the theories that Galileo used in viewing unknown stars through a giant telescope, Ibnu ...more
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I agree!. By FATHER OF OPTICS Ibn al Haithem or Alhazen
Zigrid Honkah of Germany also says in her famous book, Allahs Sun Rises at the West, al-Hassan Ibnul Haitham was on top of the Arab educators in the Western countries and had the greatest effect, and says too, The impact of this Arab (Ibnul Haitham) genius on the Western countries was great as his theories overruled in Physics and Optics at Europe until this day. His book Visions was the base for many of Optics creations, starting with the English (Roger Bacon) and ending with the German (Witelo). As for Leonardo Da Vinci the Italian, and the inventor of the Eyehole Copying Machine or the Dark Machine, and the inventor of the pump and the lathe and the first plane all not true as he was inspired directly by Muslims and the heritage of Ibnul Haitham gave him a lot of ideas. When Kepler researched in Germany during the 16th century around all the theories that Galileo used in viewing unknown stars through a giant telescope, Ibnu ...more
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