Speed of Light stated in the Quran?
A scientific-looking website show with mathematic and modern theories about cosmologies that
the Quran predicted the value of the speed of light.
How do they do? They took a quranic verse which says "angels ascend to God in 1 day whose measure is 1,000 lunar years".
They intepreted it as angels (made of light according to islamic beliefs) go to God in 1 Day, and the distance they travel is the one the Moon travels for 1,000 lunar years around the Earth.
(Let's admit they interpretation is good)
To these theologians, as angels are made of light, they must travel at the speed of light,
So they calculate lenght of Moon travel for in 1,000 lunar years and put it in the following equation of light speed: Speed= distance/time
=> speed of angel= Moon's distance in 1000 years/ duration of angel travel (24 hours)
and then "Aleluya!" we find for the angels speed the value of lightspeed.
Can you refute their concepts?