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Posted by Aaron Viviano on June 3, 2002 15:04:17 UTC

"What the article says is that the speed of light was one millionth (0.0001%) faster in light that is 12 billion years old."

Huhh? Did you ignore my entire post? Did you miss my qoute: "The speed of light was ten billion times faster at time zero!"

How can you say that and ignore this quote?

"It cannot even account for old light that is being emitted by stars in our own galaxy."

You have a point here. Even if I'm right about the center of the universe thing, it you can't have light that is more than 6,000 light years away. This either means that there is an unkown properity to light, highly possible or God created it in mid path. Also Highly Possible considering he made everything else fully developed why couldn't he make light mid transite?

- Aaron

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