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Author Topic:   The Light Time Problem
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02-28-2022 5:42 PM


So the time it takes for light to travel from a distant star seems to falsify the young earth view. This might be an old topic, but it seems to be one that serves as a proverbial stake in the heart for young earth views. Does anyone have a scientific hypothesis that would explain the seemingly contradictory principles of starlight and a 6000 year old universe?

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