Evolution in Creation


AUM Namah Shivaya Namaha

The sun is one of more than 100 billion stars in the Milky Way. It orbits some 25,000 light-years from the galactic core, completing a revolution once every 250 million years or so. The sun is relatively young, part of a generation of stars known as Population I, which are relatively rich in elements heavier than helium. An older generation of stars is called Population II (one such star went Supernova to give birth to this Sun of ours, and its core of heavy elements formed our planets on cooling), and an earlier generation of Population III may have existed, although no members of this generation are known yet with the current estimate of the age of the universe as more than 13 billion years.

The sun, at 4.6 billion years old, predates all the other bodies in our solar system. But it turns out that much of the water we swim in and drink here on Earth is even older. A new model of the chemistry of the early solar system finds that up to half the water now on Earth was inherited from an abundant supply of interstellar ice as our sun formed, perhaps from the previous star burst.

The sun lies at the heart of the solar system, where it is by far the largest object. It holds 99.8 percent of the solar system’s mass and is roughly 109 times the diameter of the Earth — about one million Earths could fit inside the sun.

The Hydrogen atoms that undergo fusion inside the stars or our SUN have only one proton and one electron with no neutron and produce Deuterium which is an isotope of hydrogen with one proton, one electron and one Neutron with a gush of radiation.

Further, two Deuterium combine to form Helium, 2 electrons, 2 protons and 2 neutrons, Completely Stable and inert Gas, second in Periodic table with traces of Lithium (Atomic number 3), the first element to form in the universe along with Neutrinos. This process of chain fusion goes on at the core of every star to produce heavier elements following the periodic table. About 65 billion (6.5×1010) solar neutrinos per second pass through every square centimeter perpendicular to the direction of the Sun in the region of the Earth.

Neutrino-photon interactions in vacuum and material media

It is well-established that neutrinos are spin-1/2, nearly massless, electrically neutral fermions. While the fact that they do not carry an electric charge might seem to entail that they do not exhibit electromagnetic behaviour, it can be shown that quantum loop interactions induce electromagnetic properties of neutrinos, in vacuum as well as in material media.

These neutrinos are also thus the very building blocks of life. This is used by all LIFE forms to alter themselves genetically to bring about biological modifications appropriate for adaptation and is seen even in plants as AURA or an energy field uniquely identifiable with a PAST history and actively encoded in our genetic makeup too.

Although the Earth’s material must have had the same composition as the Sun originally, the present composition of the Sun is quite different. The elemental composition of the human body and life in general is quite different.
Moreover, astronomers say Water on Earth is older than the Sun which is 4.6 billion years old compared to the age of universe-13.7 billion years.http://thespacereporter.com/2014/09/water-on-earth/
This Proves that the current Sun has its genesis in some form of interstellar event that preceded the birth of the Solar system.
My Contention is that we are living on the core of a previous very massive Sun that went SuperNova, if all the elements in the Modern Periodic table were to be accounted for on Planet Earth which obviously doesn’t have a nuclear reaction running at its core like the Sun to produce these rocks.


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