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Keep in mind that the Universe is 13.82 billion years old
A non-constant speed of light could mean that estimates of the size of the universe might be off.
I know that I know nothing - Socrates
originally posted by: PrivateSi
a reply to: Krazysh0t
Could there be an 'Age of Light' at which point all light is so flat (through stretching or some other decay) that it's invisible..... if it's stretched more than or equal to the length of the universe, for instance - or just decays (not sure what to tie that to in physics)... I'm no physicist....
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: MarioOnTheFly
It's called science buddy, we go with the best information available. Right now, the BEST information we got says that the universe is 13.82 billion years old. Until we can refine that ESTIMATE (you DO know what an estimate is right?) that is the number we'll go with.