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Sirius disrupts astronomers


Sirius B is a white dwarf star about 8.6 light years away. It is about the same size as our sun.

Because Sirius B is a white dwarf star, this means it is in the process of collapsing and according to prevailing astronomical theories it takes about 100,000 years for a red star to transform into a white star.

But there is a huge problem and according to Creation Moments, Sirius B was part of a major discussion at a conference at Louisiana State University in 1978.

Sirius B is disrupting these long held evolutionary theories on the formation of the universe, because archaeological records indicate that Sirius B was a red star just 2,000 years ago.

Creation Moments explains:

Records of Egyptian astronomers dating back to 2,000 BC describe Sirius B as a red star. The Roman senator Cicero, writing in 50 BC, also said Sirius B was red. And Seneca described Sirius as being redder than Mars. And in 150 AD, Ptolemy, one of the most famous astronomers in history, listed Sirius as one of the six red stars.

READ: The Mystery of Red Sirius

It is proof that the transformation from a red Star to a white dwarf can take place in a matter of a couple of thousand years, and seriously questioning prevailing astronomical theories.

As are other recent finds. The discovery of soft tissue in the bones of dinosaurs, thought to be millions of years old, is also calling into question the age of those dinosaurs. READ: Confirmed Dinosaur Blood on Ancient Fossil Astonishes Evolutionists AND Researchers Confirm Original Blood Vessels in 80 Million-Year-Old Fossil

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