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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Star HD140283 Older Than Big-bang Age for the Universe

Nearby star HD140283 is believed to be 14.46 + - 0.80 billion years old, according to what are believed credible dating techniques involving amount of metals and mass.  The universe is supposed to now be 13.82 billion years old, according to the latest CMB analysis by George Efetathion. Cosmic coincidences in the universe do not happen. The star is very close, only 190 light years away, and older than the universe?? It barely falls within their probability for error, the star could be up to 15.26 billion years old. That's because the big-bang theory is a fairy tale. Stars are younger than galaxies, galaxy clusters, superclusters, hyperclusters... 








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