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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 25, 2002 04:02:45 UTC

"THE SECOND EVIDENCE FOR A YOUNG SUN
The Solar Neutrino Emission is that of a young star.
The Russian team stated that the low neutrino flux, of the sun also fits in with their proposal that the energy of the sun did not come from nuclear sources.

The low neutrino flux is a well known and long standing problem for modern astronomy. A group of solar physicists, writing in the National Research Council publication Decade of Discovery, stated that the neutrino emission from the sun is "a problem that has worried astronomers for years" and that "the discrepancy is serious."[15]


A low neutrino flux which results in a correspondingly low[16], [17] temperature of the sun's core, again fits in perfectly with the sun being a young star that has not yet achieved full nuclear burning of hydrogen, but is obtaining its energy from a slow gravitational contraction."

One little paragraph from this link:

http://www.icr.org/pubs/imp/imp-276.htm

The sun does not fit the evolution model well.

Sam, KC2GWX

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