Here are 15 more facts, discovered in special stellar systems, which disprove stellar evolution. It is remarkable how much scientific evidence is available. Stars could not possibly evolve from gas. Even if they could, it would be totally impossible for binaries and globular clusters to be accidentally set in place. Here you will find scientific facts. This is science vs. evolution—a Creation-Evolution Encyclopedia, brought to you by Creation Science Facts.
CONTENTS: Origin of the Stars - 2
Binary Systems - 4 reasons why they could never form accidentally
Globular Clusters - 4 reasons why their proximity and locations defy random formation
Disk Galaxies and Superclusters - 7 facts about galaxies which disagree with evolutionary theories:
Do Black Holes Really Exist? - Carrying a theoretical abstraction to an extreme
Page numbers without book references refer to the book, ORIGIN OF THE STARS, from which these facts are summarized. An asterisk ( * ) by a name indicates that person is not known to be a creationist. Of over 4,000 quotations in the set of books this Encyclopedia is based on, only 164 statements are by creationists.
4 reasons why they could never form accidentally
1 - Binary star systems defy the possibility of accidental star formation! How did they get there, without crashing into one another?—p. 27.
2 - Multiple star systems could not produce themselves, yet are in the majority.—p. 27.
3 - Differential binaries are too close to have occurred by a chance accident, yet most binaries are differential.—pp. 27-28.
4 - There are no binaries in star clusters, yet nearly all stars outside of clusters are binaries. Evolutionists cannot explain this. —p. 28.
Globular clusters could not result from evolutionary formation. Their proximity and locations defy random formation:
1 - How can they even exist? They are too packed-in to form accidently.—p. 28.
2 - The location of globular clusters cannot be explained by the theory. The clusters are always above or below galactic disks, but never in them.—p. 28.
3 - The clusters orbit up and down through the orbiting disk, without ever crashing. Such precise relationships are astounding.—pp. 28-29.
4 - Globular clusters exist, without collapsing in on themselves. Yet this disagrees with random, accidental formation theories. Any force bringing them together should crush them.—p. 29.
Here are 7 facts about galaxies which disagree with evolutionary theories:
1 - Their existence and formation defies evolutionary answers.—pp. 29-30.
2 - The existence of super-clusters is opposed to stellar evolution. Galaxies are clumped together into still larger formations.—p. 30.
3 - The motion of outer stars in disk galaxies is far too rapid.—pp. 30-32.
4 - Elliptical galaxies have too many clusters in them.—p. 32.
5 - The largest central disk galaxy will be axially the same as the others.—p. 32.
6 - Galaxies should never be disk-shaped.—pp. 32-33.
7 - The outer arms of disk galaxies should tear apart.—p. 33.
Do these horrible things really exist, or are they just the result of fevered imagination?
1 - A strange story. The theory is totally imaginative; something that exists only on paper.—pp. 33-34.
2 - Black holes are a theoretical extreme. This theory is actually a statistical abstraction carried to an extreme. It has no reality, and could not possibly be true.—p. 34.
3 - Black holes are needed in order to protect the stellar origins theory against the reality of quasars. The truth about quasars destroys the speed theory of redshift, which in turn is needed to prop up the Big Bang theory.—p. 34.
4 - Reputable scientists declare black holes to be non-existent. They are neither star eaters nor galactic cluster centers. Black holes were only invented to salvage a worthless theory of origins.—pp. 35-37.
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