Imagine if our world had a diary and on the interesting days, someone pulled out a big book and wrote about it. ‘Day’ 3 was such a day.
Gravity has pulled massive amounts of hydrogen and helium together. The first nuclear fires, the stars, are born.
Action at last. Frankly the last 560,000,000 years since the excitement of the Big Bang have been a bit boring. Sure the protons and neutrons were rounding up the electrons and forming into nice stable atoms and the atoms were getting together making interesting things like ice, but really, something more exciting is overdue. Continue reading Day 3 – A Star Is Born