Fjordman: Islam, the Greeks and the Scientific Revolution

Fjordman has started a new series: Islam, the Greeks and the Scientific Revolution.
I have written a couple of essays regarding the Greek impact on the rise of modern science, and why the Scientific Revolution didn't happen in the Islamic world. I find this to be an interesting topic, especially since there are so many myths regarding this perpetrated by Muslims and their apologists today, so I will explore the subject in some detail.
The first part of this series was published today on Dhimmi Watch. In this first part Fjordman takes an indepth look at the markedly different impact the classical Greek have had on the Islamic world and Christian Europe in the early day. This should be an interesting series of FFs.

Islam, the Greeks and the Scientific Revolution, part 1
Sweden Learns That Appeasement Doesn’t Pay
Norway: The Country of Peace Meets the Religion of Peace
The EU Wants to Increase Muslim Immigration and Internet Censorship
Christianity, Pros and Cons
Could the Ancient Greeks Have Created the Scientific Revolution?
How the West Lost the Cold War
Democracy and the Media Bias
Sweden: Collaboration, Then and Now
The West in the 21st Century — Developed or Developing Nations?
Going Gentle Into That Good Night
The EU and the Globalist Alliance

More Fjordman Files here.

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