Hi Timing, I'd like to welcome you and Procyon to the forum. You both joined about the same time.
Originally posted by Timing
@Apr 14 2005, 12:26 PM
What if this is the theory... could it be the reason why Scientists still do not know how old our Universe is?
It is easy to make statements like Scientists still do not know how old our Universe is, but in fact, we may never know certain things with great precision, but we do have a strong convergence of observations that tell us a lot about how old the universe is. It seems very likely that it is between 13.5 and 13.8 billion years old.
We do NOT know how it started. No one pretends that we do. If you want to say scientists still don't know something, I'd trying picking on that.
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