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New discoveries clarify the characteristics of the first stars and reveal new cosmic design evidence. The first stars are metal free and very massive. The number of such stars and the episode in which they form must be tightly constrained for galaxies to have the characteristics necessary for future life.
Keiichi Wada and Aparna Venkatesan, “Feedback from the First Supernovae in Protogalaxies: The Fate of the Generated Metals,” Astrophysical Journal, 591 (2003), pp. 38-42
Renyue Cen, “The Implications of Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe Observations for Population III Star Formation Processes,” Astrophysical Journal Letters, 591 (2003), pp. L5-L8
Renyue Cen, “The Universe Was Reionized Twice,” Astrophysical Journal, 591 (2003), pp. 12-37.
RTB articles: Anthropic Principle article in Facts for Faith
RTB video: Journey Toward Creation, 2nd edition