The Big Bang claims that all the stars contracted from gas clouds in space. These gases then became stars. This, however has many problems because gas that is expanding doesn’t contract and form stars.
It is interesting to note that not a single record from human beings has ever reported observing a star condense from gas and dust. But, nonetheless we have an estimated 20,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars in the entire known universe. Keep in mind that we have observed only part of the universe so there are certainly many more stars in the universe.
To give the evolutionist an advantage we will say the universe started 20 billion years ago. So, if you were to start having stars at the first moment the Big Bang happened you would reach today with:
2,737,850,787 (2.7 billion) stars forming a day
82,135,523,614 (eighty-two billion) forming every month
1,000,000,000,000 (one-trillion) stars forming each year
1,000,000,000,000,000,000 (one-thousand qaudrillion) forming every 1 million years
1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (one-million-qaudrillion) every 1 billion years
And yet, we have no records of anyone ever seeing one being “made”!
Speaking of being made, the formation of stars are a very touchy subject and one that evolutionists have no plausible answer.
The theory for the formation of stars goes as follows:
- Big Bang happened
- Gas and dust expands
- The gas and dust starts to condense because of forces exhibited by the bang
- The gas and dust forms into stars
The main problems:
- No matter how much force was given out by the Big Bang it couldn’t have condensed the gas. That kind of gas needed for stars would have expanded under pressure like that, not condensed. That is the honest, and sad for some, truth; gas does not condense, it expands.
- Even if the gases were to condense the star would have been very unstable and would never have even lasted a million years.
I’m still holding onto God’s answer to the question of the formation of the stars:
Then God made two great lights: the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night. He made the stars also.