Comment: Thanks for the link

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Thanks for the link

That's one to keep an eye on.

"But neither first core candidate is rock-solid, and the astronomer who predicted the existence of the first core more than 40 years ago is not yet convinced that his prediction has been borne out. "It's a bit premature to be gratified, because these are not definitive discoveries," says Richard Larson, a Yale astronomer whose numerical simulations of star formation in 1969 predicted the existence of the short-lived first core. "In both cases they are suggestive but not conclusive."

Personally, I've learned more science from the scripture than perhaps any other book. You can check the link in my signature below for a small sample. Most importantly, it contains the fundamental axiom of existence, the base of all science. If you are looking for science from that book, I would suggest starting there.

The fear of the YaHUaH is the beginning of wisdom; all who follow his precepts have good understanding. To him belongs eternal praise. ~ Psalm 111:10

Also, see "key of knowledge," Luke 11:52. Science is knowledge, and there is a key to science. The starting point, the greatest command(law), is found at Deuteronomy 6:4-5 and Mark 12:29-30.

"Science can and should be questioned and investigated endlessly."

Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. 1 Thessalonians 5:21