its obvious from your reply that you didnt read a single word of what I brought you , you said " a sperm drop and a blood clot join, gain the ability to see and hear, turns into a "lump," then turns into bones which grow muscle " this sentence shows how inaccurate you are in reading and taking information, it seems like you are not capable of organizing your thoughts, I have one advice for you,<quoted text>Sorry, Hazem, it is not only incorrect, it is wildly incorrect. The concept of "embryology" that you are defending is that - according to the Quran - a sperm drop and a blood clot join, gain the ability to see and hear, turns into a "lump," then turns into bones which grow muscle. This is as wildly incorrect as can be.
Bones do not grow muscle, there are no "lumps" that can see and hear, there are no blood clots involved, etc.
There is no science in the Quran, only ramblings that are representative of a person or people ignorant of the world around himself/themselves. You are simply repeating that ignorance and trying desperately to pretend it is real. People who believe themselves abducted by aliens act similarly.
Stop imagining god as a big fellow with a big white beard and long white hair who lives up there on a planet, no matter how much time you spend imagining him you will never be able to understand his attributes.