Exactly.If so, then this doesn't mean that jinns don't exist, you're just lacking the instruments to see them
right or wrong ?
Comparing the Electromagnetic spectrum to jinns is like comparing The camel to the mjadaraExactly.
Humans are limited visibly in terms what they can see of the electromagnetic spectrum, so why are they assuming with such great confidence that creatures like jinns can’t possibly exist???
The Electromagnetic spectrum is something explored and studied by quantum mechanics....something real and existingAnd why is that?
this is not true, lot of scientists are not atheistBecause she is a scientist. She would soon flaunt that science card. Atheists are the only scientists on earth.
And there are a lot of these “real” and “existing” things within the ES that humans can’t visibly see, but they nevertheless exist. Jinns could simply be a composition of waves that the human eye cannot presently detect.The Electromagnetic spectrum is something explored and studied by quantum mechanics....something real and existing
Einstein wasn’t interested in explaining ancient theological concepts in a modern scientific perspective. There’s nothing wrong with doing that however.don't think Einstein would have loved to think even about the presence or absence of jinns......it is like asking what is the gender of angels, and why god is a male and not a female.....how does that affect the material world around us?