In order for a star like ours to be born we have to have lots of hydrogen, the most plentiful element in the galaxy, and alot of heat. The hydrogen collects due to gravitational forces. As the gravitational forces cause the hydrogen to compress, the hydrogen heats up. As the hydrogen heats up it expands with a much greater force than the gravity that holds it together...and as the hydrogen expands it cools off. Since nature tends to equalize things at the lowest energy level possible, how in the universe could a star ever be born? Guys I run around with don't have stuff like this on their mind. Got any comments?