for scene 21 of the video " Seeing the True Sun" by Rolf Witzsche
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The Sun as a hydrogen sphere is a paradox
One of these stories is the hydrogen paradox. The Sun as a hydrogen sphere is a paradox. We are told that the Sun is the product of gravitational condensation of a cloud of primordial atomic elements that originated in the Big Bang explosion 13.6 billion years ago. If this was so, by what miracle, would the hydrogen atoms separate themselves out from the rest, and congregate to become a sun?
Shouldn't the Sun, by its enormous gravity have captured all the heavy elements according to the condensation theory, instead of all the heavy elements being found contained in the planets? Gravitational condensation doesn't happen the way the fairytales tell the story. The evidence is totally different.
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