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“One thing we think we know about the sun is that it shines by converting hydrogen to helium. Hence, the helium content of the sun is dependent on how long the sun has been shining. If we were to build a creationist model of the sun, one of the first things we would build into our model would be a low helium content based on the belief that the sun has been shining only thousands of years rather than billions of years.Yet, this would possibly help solve the problem. We would have a model that would conform to these observations. The creationist model predicts what the solar neutrino experiment suggests is the true situation. The cause of the massive error also becomes obvious. To impose a 5 bill.year evolution model upon a sun that has been shining only thousands of years is to invite a massive error.” ML Lubenow, Bones of Contention p.210 3/25/2003 5:11:57 PM  

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