by Brian Thomas, M.S.

Astronomers just found four binary star systems that should not exist if the universe is only 13.7 billion years old. These stars look twice that old to secularists, because they are rotating around one another in less than four hours. Perhaps God placed them there in order to challenge the origins myth that is espoused by evolutionary scientists.

About half of the stars in the Milky Way Galaxy are “binary,” meaning that they are paired.1According to secular star formation theory, stars first formed by condensing gas clouds that nearby star explosions helped compress. Adjacent stars then began orbiting one another. Next, secular scientists hypothesize that low-mass binary stars lock themselves into accelerating orbits.

One explanation for this acceleration is called “magnetic braking.” It describes how stars could lose angular momentum through mass loss, a very slow process in theory. If this occurred, then “This suggests that evolution timescales are too long for M-dwarf binaries to decay into tight orbits within the age of the Universe,” according to the new finding.2

After only 13.7 billion years—the age of the universe according to the assumptions underlying Big Bang cosmology—the orbital period of such stars could not be fewer than five hours. quoted the study’s lead author Bas Nefs as saying, “To our complete surprise, we found several red dwarf binaries with orbital periods significantly shorter than the 5 hour cut-off found for sun-like stars, something previously thought to be impossible.”1 The study is scheduled to appear in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.2

The research team spotted one pair of stars that orbits every 2.5 hours. The universe would have to be about 28 billion years old to accommodate such stars, assuming they followed the standard mass loss schedule. Nobody wants to accept that…..


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