1Cary W = "This is the second video I've watched where a Muslim is using the scientific facts revealed centuries ago to Mohammad and written in the Koran that are just now in the last hundred or so years coming to science as proof that Islam is true. I am willing to acknowledge that the revelations are remarkable and inspiring, but in no way makes all of his revelations or scriptures true. Just because a person can perform superhuman feats does not mean he is a god; same with Mohammad and his book."
2Yaakov ben Chaim Tzvi = "Cary, I agree however the same must be said about Christianity as well. It's hypocritical to claim that Jesus performed miracles thereby making him a God and Christianity "true" but then ignore the miracles performed by Mohammed and claim Islam is "false". There are many religions that claim miracles through divine inspiration and all (including my own, Judaism) should be scrutinized under the same context. In your own words "just because a person can perform superhuman feats does not mean he is a god, same with Mohammad [or Jesus] and his book"."
3Cary W = "This man is so convinced of the revelations in the Koran that he just said we should have this book as the basis for all scientific advancements. Should the Koran be the apriori of all scientific advancement, and if so would that not be the same as choosing to base all science on the bible because its prophecies have consistently come true?"