It’s OK. I welcome discussion.
There are no words that can properly answer that because language is very limited when it comes to describing supernatural things. I’m an intellectual at heart, so I need intellectual stimulation. Over and over again in the Qur’an, Allah challenges people to ponder on things. Think about certain things and be sincere about it.
For me, that was huge. I, for years, always saw through gimmicks that many religions have, where you are simply asked to pray about whether or not a model is true. Truths don’t always need to be prayed about. I don’t have to pray about whether adultery is good or bad.
The Qur’an has knowledge of nations [like Ad, Thamud and such] that are too precise to have come about by chance or guesswork. For example, it accurately describes that the nation of Ad was once full of gardens and other vegetation (surah 26:131-135). We know that, 1400 years ago, which is when the Qur’an was revealed, no one knew that climatic changes over long periods of time can produce, in essence, a nation turning from a lush garden city into a barren city overwhelmed with strong wind, which produced a deadly sandstorm (which the Qur’an also described).
1400 years ago, there was no verifiable evidence that Ad existed, much less that it also was full of gardens, springs and was destroyed by a wind storm. It goes against conventional thinking to claim that a city that is unfound was actually a city which was famous for its gardens. You can read Harun Yahya’s book ‘Perished Nations’; if you want to further study this. I reccomend it.
TL;DR because of evidence.