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  Paul G. Taylor

In reply to Paul (3) Paul wrote: -- “So if you look at it through a pair of binoculars tonight you will be seeing M31 as it was 2.3 million years ago because the light reaching your eyes will be 2.3 million years old! Of course there are objects that arebillions of light years away...and so on...and so on!” Young-earth creationists aren’t the only ones with a problem here. For if the light from the far-distant objects represents what they were like billions of years ago, then this would reveal what the universe was like in an earlier phase of its ‘evolution’. What astronomers actually do observe in these far-distant regions, however, exactly matches what they observe nearer at hand. So the supposed ‘evolution’ of the universe could not have taken place as is supposed by those who espouse the Big Bang theory. 4/23/2004 4:11:08 AM  

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