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Does the nuclear source of the sun indicate that the sun is billions of years old? Not at all.
If κ1 Ceti truly is a good example of what the sun was like in its youth, then the evolutionary view of life may be in trouble.
Our sun is just a tiny yellow star in a vast collection that could support life. You’ll hear this more and more. Don’t believe it.
Without design and order, the sun would not supply the earth with life-giving heat and light.
The Sun derives energy by the thermonuclear conversion of hydrogen into helium, deep inside its core. There is convincing evidence that the Sun is getting at least half of its energy by this method.
Neutrinos have fascinated physicists since they were ‘invented’ 67 years ago