Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Bro, Jul 10, 2012.
The dust of course.
Who gives a fuck? Look at your avatar!
Gravity always wins with stars. And tittays.
God before all else
Don't get MathewT started.
Stars had to come first to create the dust.
someone's watching How The Universe Works on the Science channel
The coming together of the dust generated enuff cosmic energy to spark a fire and a star was born
The dust that created the first stars was just dust - not star dust. A star has to die out to in order to create star dust.
Without supernova there is no life. There is no you. There is no me.
or is it supernovae?
Yeah, they're gonna be past her belly button in 15 years
She needs to get them out now
Just a little.
You do realize you didn't answer the question. You just articulated a "chicken and egg" theory. If the dust was what created the stars, but stars are necessary for dust...which came first? The dust (necessary for creating stars) or the stars (which required dust in order for them to be created)?
But the real question is: why is it one or the other? What proof do we have they weren't always present together?
We are star dust we are golden We are million year old carbon and we got get ourselves back to the garden.