Originally Posted by steveksux
Absolutely. If gases clumped together due to gravity, Earth would have an atmosphere. Which it clearly does not...
Gravity alone won't do it, but lets run with your foolish misunderstanding and reason.
Tell me where the star(s) is(are) that formed on or in the Earth's atmosphere and I'll throw my Bible away. The closet thing even remotely resembling a star is roughly 93 million miles away from the Earth. You see, I believe gravity alone will not produce a star, we have plenty of gravity here and the best you can say that has been produced is an atmosphere around our planet, which ALREADY EXISTED.
How do you get a sun, or star to form, from individual hydrogen atoms mind you, inside of the vacuum of outer space. To believe such a thing takes more faith than Creationists utilize.
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