Sirius was a red star 2000 years ago and is a white dwarf now (Talk.Origins)
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- Astronomers from 2,000 years ago recorded that Sirius was a red star; today it is a white dwarf star. Conventional astronomy, which states that 100,000 years are required for a star to "evolve" from a red giant to a white dwarf, must be wrong.
Source: Hovind, Kent, 2003. Introduction to Dr. Hovind's "Creation Seminar".
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