All over the internet, websites make the erroneous claim that stars are forming in space.  These claims of star formations are often buttressed with photographs, like the one above, as furnished evidence.

The only problem is, while there are more than 70 sextillian stars out there–so many that each human could own 11 trillion of them, we have never witnessed a star being formed.  That of course, is a problem for evolutionism because star births should at least equal star deaths, but alas, they do not.

I heard a Scientist once pontificate that if 20 stars blew up at the same time, they could create enough pressure and heat to create a new star.

Well, to begin with, that is entirely theoretical.  We have never observed that happening.

Secondly, if you have to lose 20 to gain 1, how did we get them all?

Thirdly, Boyle’s Gas Law dictates that the elements will be driven apart under that pressure and extreme heat.

What we have witnessed, are spots getting brighter.  But just because a spot is getting brighter does not mean a star is forming.

Can ANY photograph prove that  a star is forming?

No, and here’s why:

A.  A spot getting brighter could be a dust cloud is clearing revealing what is behind it (another star?)

B.  A spot getting brighter could be a nova or supernova which always get brighter right before they explode

C.  A spot getting brighter could be two stars are coming into conjunction with each other

D.  A spot getting brighter could be many stars coming into conjunction with each other

Therefore, just because you see a spot getting brighter in space does not mean a star is being born, nor could a still photograph prove it.

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