They don't have the same meaning, both in Quran or the dictionary
A celebrity, icon, star, godess are also not equal
Note also that in ancient Arabic they use the word water=liquid, air=gas
and the human stages are different as well
I think you lost me. If they don't have the same meaning, then why are they used seperately to say how humans are made? If they're not similar, then it is contradictory to say in one place that we were created from water, and in another, say were are created from dust.
There are more than one translation of Quran, some they have mistakes
and the two words in Arabic are very close, beside that people at the time of prophet did not know much about science
And which translation has no mistakes? The one that you use? How do you decide which translation is any more correct than another?
there are many statements that conforms 100% to scientific discoveries
and more there is no one statement that contradicts science
Yes, exactly, your statements conform to science.
I, along with many other scientists, would think that the being created from mud statement contradicts science.
Quran is not a science book, and even if it has something like that, how it will impress people, they will say that Mohamed or another person discovered it
The real wonder will come when a non Muslim in the 20th century discover something then find it in Quran
Of course it's not a science book, that's what makes it so unbelieveable. If the Quran had clear, unambiguous statements about scientific discoveries, centuries before they were discovered, then it might be believeable.
No, that wouldn't be a wonder. A wonder would be actually using the Quran to discover something, not looking for a hidden meaning afterwards.
Now, you said that nothing can prove Islam wrong, there are no contradictions, etc. You requested it to be the title of the debate. I have given you passages that are clearly contradictory regarding how people were created. Please explain, using the Quran, what we were created from. Dust? Mud? Water? Fluid? A clot/leech? These things are clearly not similar in any way, therefore, four out of five of the statements must be false.