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“The solar neutrino experiments do not prove the Genesis cosmology. But they do indicate two things: 1. that the accepted age for the sun is far from certain, and 2. that to take the Genesis cosmology and its time scale seriously is not an absurd idea. The sun is our nearest star. It is only 8.3 light-minutes away. Yet, we do not know how or why it shines. If we know so little a star that is just eight light-minutes away, is it wise to accept uncritically an age for the universe based upon the interpretation of astronomical objects that are said to be 15 billion light-years away? Does that not say something about the quality of the information upon which that interpretation is based?” ML Lubenow, p210 3/25/2003 5:12:35 PM  

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