That's my perspective after many years of study and research.
What about the age of the universe? The physics of our galaxy can be studied independent of evolutionary life cycles on Earth. Light from distant stars alone discounts a young universe.
posted on 08/16/2007 8:37:03 AM PDT
(Come on Fred, how long are you going to wait?)
I think that's a great question. I've read some interesting discussions on the speed of light and whether or not it has changed or is changing. And today I was reading about two German physicists who claim to have broken the speed of light
but color me a skeptic for now. That's an interesting thread you should checkout if you have the time.
I think there are a lot of possibilities...
posted on 08/16/2007 4:08:50 PM PDT
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