Originally Posted by stevieray
i've mentioned this in the past....it's perspective....looking out, I understand why we could see enormous, but looking in, the biosphere in six days appears plausible.
it's like traveling so fast, that time slows down...like a rim on a car appearing to move slow at 60 mph...
or being in the center of a merry go round, as opposed to the outer edge.....both rotating at the same speed, yet the outer feels faster.
Part of the reason scientists say the universe has to be older than 6,000 years is because in order for light to reach from one end of the universe to the other it would have to be 13+ billion years old.
the Big Bang also has a light-travel-time problem though in that light wasn't supposedly emitted until 300,000 yrs after the Big Bang and space already had a uniform temperature over ten times large than light could have traveled.