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## Earth age

So now that I have clarified the Biblical gap.

How old is the earth (asking science).

2. 4.5 billion years old.

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What is the age of the energy that went into the making of the Universe?

David

4. The age of the universe is 13.77 billion years old.

5. Originally Posted by David M
What is the age of the energy that went into the making of the Universe?

David
In one sense, the energy is as "old" as the universe, which is estimated to be 13.7 billion years. But on the other hand, energy has no "age" because there is no experience of time at the speed of light. Specifically, the "proper time" between any two events connected by a light beam is zero. Here is the equation:

The "delta x" terms are the distances, and since distance = ct (speed x time) the equation gives zero for delta tao (the proper time).

So why do you ask this esoteric question?

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"In one sense, the energy is as "old" as the universe, which is estimated to be 13.7 billion years. But on the other hand, energy has no "age" because there is no experience of time at the speed of light. Specifically, the "proper time" between any two events connected by a light beam is zero. Here is the equation: "

You mean you aren't sure how old the second Heaven is.

7. Originally Posted by Funky1096
You mean you aren't sure how old the second Heaven is.
I mean no such thing.

The term "second heaven" is not well-defined.

What is your definition? Where did you get it?

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http://www.biblewheel.com/forum/show...-1-differences

There generally

The Scriptures more specifically.

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Originally Posted by Funky1096
So now that I have clarified the Biblical gap.

How old is the earth (asking science).
How old do you think earth is? I am curious of your opinion. I have been reading around the threads and see that you ask a lot of questions but don't have answers to the questions you ask. Yet, you argue with those who have an opinion or state what they know as fact. So, since you are talking 'science' would you be willing to answer your own question.

Just Curious-

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