Fairy tales for adults
jschrod at uni-muenster.de
Wed Feb 12 10:21:11 PST 2003
Am Mit, 2003-02-12 um 19.14 schrieb Steve Bougerolle:
> On Wed, 2003-02-12 at 22:14, Ian Molton wrote:
> > Please do give some examples. for example, how do they explain how light
> > from stars has taken billions of years to reach us?
> That's easy, Ian. It's a deduction that light has taken billions of
> years to reach us from other stars, based on all sorts of observations
> AND assumptions. Cosmology in particular is rife with unproven details,
> even more so than evolution.
> You CAN safely deduce that both the 6-day account and the current
> cosmological view can not be true, because they contradict each other.
> But cosmology, frankly, is probably the most speculative of all areas of
> science so you'd have to be either brave or foolish to insist on any
> theory of cosmology as being proven or "true".
> Steve Bougerolle
> Creek & Cowley Consulting
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