Ah, the color of evolution
If you have the right hue and a bright shining light, are you more evolved than somebody else? Well, maybe. At least if you’re a star. And at least if you’re willing to let your theory be “sprung.” Now, I don’t mean a celebrity. I’m talking about actual stars and their color of evolution. Allow me to explain…at least a little.
The color of evolution, for stars, is supposed to show movement and time.
A couple of people, named Hertzsprung and Russell, (that’s all I know about ’em) came up with a diagram for stellar (star) evolution. And they did it by arranging a bunch of stars on paper according to color and absolute brightness.
Now, according to these, uh, scientists shall we say? you could know each star’s age by where it’s placed on the diagram.
Of course, my first question is…who gets to determine where those positions will be?
There’s a problem with the diagram. Astronomers know that stars in big star clusters had to form at just about the same time. But many times the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram assigns “drastically different ages” to those stars.
But what does all that have to do with you and me in our little ol’ lives down here on planet Earth? Well, the age of those stars isn’t gonna change what we have for dinner. Or where we’re gonna take our next vacation. Or even how long we’re gonna live.
So the age of those stars really isn’t a big deal.
Unless you wanna be accurate with how everything in the universe formed. And if you wanna get a good handle on how old everything is. Yeah, if any of that matters to you…and it should…it’s a good idea to study the evidence. Not manipulate it.
And the evidence will take you to forever
Where you’ll never die again. And I mean never.
So, I urge you to double-check your diagram,
And be sure it doesn’t ignore the great I Am.
Grab some Merch
Or how about some music for kids