HowStuffWorks.com recently surprised me with a video describing how stars and the death of a star (also known as a supernova) produces all the elements on the periodic table. Theological implications anyone?

check it out: http://videos.howstuffworks.com/nasa/13530-chandra-all-about-supern...

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Why theological implications? If at first you have a world full of hydrogen, then the only way for heavier elements to be made is through such supernovae.

I guess one could make a theological argument from anything that 'makes' a magnitude of something else.
i guess I meant to say "implications on Christianity"

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