There is strong evidence that a massive star will be born by the merger of two stars, without even a supernova event taking place, informs cosmologist +phxmarker mark .
Type Ia Supernova Hysteria over an analysis that merely identifies two nearly equal mass stars, by conjecturing along with a wrong silly big-bang dogma theory that standard candles light vast measurable distances in the universe.
Two different type Ia supernova models are both purported in the big-bang cosmology as being correct, even though the masses of the individual stars widely vary in a binary system. According to theory, as long as one of the two stars is above the Chandrasekhar mass limit, it will still produce a standard candle. Stars in wide ranges more massive than 15 solar masses are still magically going to be standard candles, according to mathematical interpretations of trickery that won a Nobel prize. This big-bang peer reviewed enforced cosmology, almost gave away a Nobel prize last year for detecting gravity waves, until just recently it was confirmed to be a signature of cosmic dust.