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The collapse of a wave is timeless:

by on July 28, 2010

Google search Tomotsugu finds galaxy 12.8 light years away. They found a distant galaxy nearly the same size as our Milky Way at 12.8 billion light years away. It should be relatively small. At that distance how can light be reaching us now & show large, old galaxies w/ a massive black hole? Impossible, w/ big bang theory. It appears there was no time between the source & the collapse of the observed wave. Just like in quantum entanglement experiments. It appears time is irrelevant to distance.


From → Astronomy

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