Many stars end their lives with a bright explosion called a supernova. These deaths have been recorded throughout history. Similarly, star births should be accompanied by the appearance of new starlight in an area of the sky where no star has previously been seen. Yet no new light has ever appeared in any area of the sky photographed decades earlier. If stars evolve, star births should about equal star deaths.

It is widely reported that stars are forming in various parts of the universe. What is actually seen are great dust clouds surrounding existing or former stars. We have never seen a star born, but we have seen hundreds of stars die.

Scientific observation of the heavens has revealed absolutely no evidence that stars have ever evolved. Although there is much speculation, there is also no sound scientific explanation for how stars could ever evolve from clouds of dispersed gas.

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, August 26.

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