Creation Bits

This blog has been superceded, and is only here for archive purposes. The latest blog posts, depending on topic, can be found at one of the blogs at the new location!

These are very uneditted and underthought ideas that I get while debating the creation/evolution debate. This is the more-often-updated but less-thought-out version of the crevo blog.

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Starlight and Time

Russel Humphreys did a talk on starlight and time, which makes me want to break out both the astronomy and physics books. However, what was more interesting is that the starlight problem is just as problematic in Big Bang theory as it is in creationism. In the Big Bang theory, the problem is termed Horizon Problem.

This brings me to think about one of the problems in origins research -- to come up with a properly suitable comprehensive theory of origins, it would require knowledge of a vast array of sciences, most of which people study their entire lives. Therefore, once a paradigm is established, it would take an exceptionally long time for it to be disestablished, since the disestablishers would have to have answered all of the questions from all areas of science.

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