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[Arguing against the Big Bang]To my knowledge, one element cannot create another element. How did the elements of the Periodic Table evolve from hydrogen and helium?

Beowulf210, Open Forum Debate 13 Comments [1/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Papabear

Up through iron, they are created in stars. Above that they are created in nova & supernova explosions.

3/10/2006 6:15:34 PM

David D.G.

At least he starts with \"to my knowledge,\" which acknowledges that he doesn't know everything. However, he only posits the question and doesn't bother to really look for the answer. Fortunately, other people have looked, and have found it for him, as Papabear demonstrates. For further details on how this is known, I recommend that Beowulf210 (great name, by the way) read a few astronomy and physics books.


~David D.G.

3/10/2006 7:29:07 PM



Inside a gigantic nuclear furnace under the general rules of nuclear fusion.

3/8/2008 10:45:36 AM

Philbert McAdamia

Well ya see first hydrogen & helium got together and evolved into a fish. Then it grew legs and walked - until it turned into an orange one day. One of its children was a table and when a giant cyclone came along and stirred it up it went, as we say; "periodic". This of course all took several days. And this is how evolution brought about all the minerals and all the diverse life forms; about 100 or so different ones.
Hey, B210, I'm kidding I'M KIDDING. Don't believe all the silly shit you see.
Goddidit. Rly.


;-) *snicker*

3/8/2008 1:04:12 PM

Darwin

Two words: thermonuclear fusion

3/8/2008 4:42:20 PM

Nevrmore

The sun is a mass of incandescent gas
A gigantic, nuclear furnace
Where Hydrogen is built into Helium
At a temperature of millions of degrees~

5/25/2008 9:02:33 PM

Lithp

"The sun is a mass of incandescent gas, a gigantic nuclear furnace! Where hydrogen is built into helium at a temperature of millions of degrees!"

And that would be why you don't see it happening every day. Kudos to the They Might Be Giants.

5/25/2008 10:26:52 PM

Viva

Nuclear fusion baby!

5/25/2008 10:47:09 PM

Canadiest

Philbert

Really? 'Cause I've heard that. That's exactly how the purple elf explained it to me. Are you saying purple elves lie?

5/26/2008 12:20:35 AM

Zankou

This isn't fundie, this is just lacking knowledge. He was asking a question.

5/26/2008 12:28:38 AM

King Duncan

The big bang isn't evolution. Elements don't evolve. They can undergo fusion and fission however.

6/6/2008 5:47:34 PM

ChakatBlackstar

I failed high school chemistry and even I knew that was wrong.

7/5/2011 11:01:56 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Fail nuclear physics much?

11/4/2012 1:41:11 PM
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