Oh. Now it would mean what you say it means if only we could truly understand it.<quoted text>
You obviously know nothing about the development and history of languages, as well as the effect of historical context. What was a relatively easy book for people in the past, is a complex study for us today, since language changes over time.
There is no sentence in the world written by anyone, that is meaningless. That is just your intellectual laziness talking.
The Quran is not a science textbook. It provides some suggestions to ponder about and much encouragement on where to look and how to look and to establish a mentality of inquiry, but ultimately it is not a science book. It is mainly a book on how to be.
I meant "meaningless" insofar as it having any scientific meaning - within the context of your post. It is. It may have metaphorical or spiritual meaning to some people, but it has no scientific meaning whatsoever.