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​As you can clearly see “God is alive”. God (Sah) is still creating. Some people like to argue Evolution is responsible from original creation. It would be real hard to explain Sah in the Orion Nebula still creating stars. Then the problem with the big bang (no one was there to hear it, so there was no noise). We think it was by magic ("Poof"). The Ancient Egyptians built pyramids that lined up with the 3 stars of Orion. How did they know that creation came from this area? Logic would conclude that they either had a high power telescope or more plausible “spaceship” to view this area. Modern ancient man could see some color in the sky, but would not have a clue what they were looking at. There is even speculation that this area has got brighter in the sky in the last few hundred years, but that means the ancients had even better vision.

Just look at the complex way scientist try to explain how a star is creating. They are quick to say that it would be impossible to duplicate this Nebula in a laboratory experiment. These stars and planets are formed from collapsing clouds of gas and dust. God seems to be some sort of magic wizard. It sounds easier to comprehend if you picture a magic wizard waving a arm and yelling “planet form” and "Poof" a new planet is made. 

We know that God is still alive and still busy creating. If any of your friends think God is dead? Please inform them that God is definitely alive and still in action. Evolution seems quite impossible to explain when creation is still happening today. Most people think that God created our sun and planets and was done. "News flash" God was just warming up and just keeps expanding the solar system. It is even hard to explain run away stars. Why or how can they be moving fast? unless some where they are needed to replace a sun and support life on another planet. God always has a plan.

In Egyptian mythology, Sah was the name of God in the constellation Orion. His consort was Sopdet, the goddess of star Sirius. Orion and Sirius both held an important role in Egyptian mythology, and the corresponding deities were associated with Osiris and Isis.

Sah was frequently mentioned as "the Father of Gods" in the Old Kingdom Pyramid texts. Pharaoh's and the faithful  travel to Orion after death to meet God.

​This is what Wikipedia has for info

The Orion Nebula (also known as Messier 42, M42, or NGC 1976) is a diffuse nebula situated in the Milky Way, being south of Orion’s Belt in the constellation of Orion. It is one of the brightest nebulae, and is visible to the naked eye in the night sky. M42 is located at a distance of 1,344 ± 20 light year and is the closest region of massive star formation to Earth. The M42 nebula is estimated to be 24 light years across. It has a mass of about 2000 times the mass of the Sun. Older texts frequently refer to the Orion Nebula as the Great Nebula in Orion or the Great Orion Nebula.

The Orion Nebula is one of the most scrutinized and photographed objects in the night sky, and is among the most intensely studied celestial features. The nebula has revealed much about the process of how stars and planetary systems are formed from collapsing clouds of gas and dust. Astronomers have directly observed protoplanetary disks, brown dwarfs, intense and turbulent motions of the gas, and the photo-ionizing effects of massive nearby stars in the nebula.

The nebula is visible with the naked eye even from areas affected by some light pollution. It is seen as the middle “star” in the “sword” of Orion, which are the three stars located south of Orion’s Belt. The star appears fuzzy to sharp-eyed observers, and the nebulosity is obvious through binoculars or a small telescope. The peak surface brightness of the central region is about 17 Mag/arcsec2 (about 14 millinits) and the outer bluish glow has a peak surface brightness of 21.3 Mag/arcsec2 (about 0.27 millinits). (In the photos shown here the brightness, or luminance, is enhanced by a large factor.)

The Orion Nebula contains a very young open cluster, known as the Trapezium due to the asterism of its primary four stars. Two of these can be resolved into their component binary systems on nights with good seeing, giving a total of six stars. The stars of the Trapezium, along with many other stars, are still in their early years. The Trapezium is a component of the much larger Orion Nebula Cluster, an association of about 2,800 stars within a diameter of 20 light years. Two million years ago this cluster may have been the home of the runaway stars AE Aurigae, 53 Arietis, and Mu Columbae, which are currently moving away from the nebula at velocities greater than 100 km/s.
Observers have long noted a distinctive greenish tint to the nebula, in addition to regions of red and of blue-violet. The red hue is a result of the Hα recombination line radiation at a wavelength of 656.3 nm. The blue-violet coloration is the reflected radiation from the massive O-class stars at the core of the nebula.

The green hue was a puzzle for astronomers in the early part of the 20th century because none of the known spectral lines at that time could explain it. There was some speculation that the lines were caused by a new element, and the name nebulium was coined for this mysterious material. With better understanding of atomic physics, however, it was later determined that the green spectrum was caused by a low-probability electron transition in doubly ionized oxygen, a so-called “forbidden transition”. This radiation was all but impossible to reproduce in the laboratory at the time, because it depended on the quiescent and nearly collision-free environment found in the high vacuum of deep space.
The Orion Nebula is an example of a stellar nursery where new stars are being born. Observations of the nebula have revealed approximately 700 stars in various stages of formation within the nebula.

Recent observations with the Hubble Space Telescope have yielded the major discovery of protoplanetary disks within the Orion Nebula, which have been dubbed proplyds. HST has revealed more than 150 of these within the nebula, and they are considered to be systems in the earliest stages of solar system formation. The sheer numbers of them have been used as evidence that the formation of star systems is fairly common in the universe.

Stars form when clumps of hydrogen and other gases in an H II region contract under their own gravity. As the gas collapses, the central clump grows stronger and the gas heats to extreme temperatures by converting gravitational potential energy to thermal energy. If the temperature gets high enough, nuclear fusion will ignite and form a protostar. The protostar is ‘born’ when it begins to emit enough radiative energy to balance out its gravity and halt gravitational collapse.

Typically, a cloud of material remains a substantial distance from the star before the fusion reaction ignites. This remnant cloud is the protostar’s protoplanetary disk, where planets may form. Recent infrared observations show that dust grains in these protoplanetary disks are growing, beginning on the path towards forming planetesimals.

Once the protostar enters into its main sequence phase, it is classified as a star. Even though most planetary disks can form planets, observations show that intense stellar radiation should have destroyed any proplyds that formed near the Trapezium group, if the group is as old as the low mass stars in the cluster. Since proplyds are found very close to the Trapezium group, it can be argued that those stars are much younger than the rest of the cluster members.