Carbon dating of the kaaba
In September seismicity fluctuated but tended to increase.
Earthquakes and total tremors recorded at Kaba's monitoring post are shown in table 2.
Some press reports indicated that increased activity from Kaba and neighboring Bukit Daun volcanoes preceded a destructive 17 December earthquake.
Adjat Sudradjat and Suparto Siswowidjoyo report that no unusual volcanic activity took place.
At that time, the Quran was written on things that could be found in the environment, yet durable.
Materials like stone, palm leaves, parchment and camel’s shoulder blades were the chosen objects by scribers.
As seen in the picture, the Hijazi script is notably angular in comparison with other Arabic scripts, and it tends to slope to the right.
From what is known, the script does not contain any dots or diacritical marks, and only the consonants are represented.
Those are within the years that Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) was alive and Islam was being established.Thick white solfataric vapor was emitted from two craters (Kaba Lama and Kaba Besar) on Kaba, which last erupted in 1956.Temperatures of solfataras and a crater lake at Kaba were measured on several occasions in the past nine years (table 1).But as Muslims, we don’t need a study to give us that proof. Professor David Thomas, the professor of Christianity and Islam, specialising in Interreligious Relations, who studied the fragments said this: “These portions must have been in a form that is very close to the form of the Koran read today, supporting the view that the text has undergone little or no alteration and that it can be dated to a point very close to the time it was believed to be revealed.” This is a collective name for a few early forms of written Arabic which developed in the Hejaz region of the Arabian peninsula, including the cities Mecca and Madina.
This script was already in use when Islam was emerging.You have got to really know the language to read this!