Astronomers identify 12-billion-year-...

Astronomers identify 12-billion-year-old white dwarf stars only 100 light years away

There are 1 comment on the Science Daily story from Apr 11, 2012, titled Astronomers identify 12-billion-year-old white dwarf stars only 100 light years away. In it, Science Daily reports that:

Astronomers identified these 11- to 12-billion-year-old white dwarf stars only 100 light years away from Earth.

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Since: Jun 11

Lifelong conservative Arizonan

#1 Apr 11, 2012
Sorry, don't believe in evolution, so to be told by evolutionists that white dwarf stars are 12-billion years old... is a complete crock.

Creationists believe that God created the universe, and that all things are 6000 years old.

Enough evolution garbage, which ranks right up there with "global warming" garbage!

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