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1. Neither the Big Bang nor stars normally produce elements heavier than iron. The heavier elements are mostly produced in supernova explosions, so there is gold on Earth. However, concentration of gold into nuggets is a complex geological process, and there is no way for a star to be made of pure gold without admixture of a lot of other elements by natural processes.

Therefore there are two possibilities:
One is that whoever made this discovery made some big errors. However you know the people and they never ever make any errors at all...
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