This experiment involved a very fast jet plane and two atomic clocks. One atomic clock was put on the plane and the other atomic clock was put at the location where the jet plane would take off. When the jet plane landed and contacted the point of take off they compared times. The atomic clock on the very fast jet plane was several seconds slower than the atomic clock back at the point of take off. This is a very significant time difference when measuring with an atomic clock. This all happened in the span of hours and certainly not 5 years. For our own watches to be several seconds off would be quite ordinary. For the atomic clocks to be several seconds off is a very major problem. Was one of the clocks defective? Maybe the scientist back at the airport forgot his glasses and misread his clock. Actually the clocks being several seconds different is exactly what the scientists expected.
Here is an example that Einstein himself presented. Suppose that there were twin brothers and one was going on a journey into deep outer space. The other twin would stay here. The one twin would leave on a very fast spacecraft that traveled at the speed of light 186,000 miles per second. Today they are both thirty years old. In twenty years the twin brother returns from outer space from the spacecraft that had traveled at the speed of light. The brother on earth is now fifty years old but the brother on the spacecraft is still thirty years old. They no longer look like twins. Time is not a constant throughout the universe. If you travel at the speed of light you would never age. This phenomenon is called time dilation.
Let’s look at the following example. We shoot an arrow to the edge of the universe and it takes 5000 years to get there. Exactly one minute later we shoot another arrow at the edge of the universe. The arrow should get there exactly one minute after the first arrow does because it going the exact same speed. One minute after the first arrow arrives at the edge of the universe the second arrow is not there yet. Remember the universe is expanding and has stretched in the meantime. The second arrow would have farther to travel than the first arrow. It would get there let’s say two minutes after the first arrow instead of one minute.
By now we all know that Darwinian evolution is on sinking sand and is sinking quite rapidly. Even if Darwinian evolution never exactly states the age of the universe the Darwinian evolution resulted in this incorrect time measurement. The old age of the universe is nothing more than a flawed and desperate measurement as related to Darwinian evolutionist movement. Remember only several years ago the Darwinian scientists were saying the universe had no beginning. Now they have had to admit that there was a beginning. The Darwinian scientists were not overjoyed when the ‘Big Bang Theory’ was universally accepted showing there was a beginning to the universe. They could no longer deny it.
Let’s look at an easy example to illustrate the error in calculating the time we see when we read the universe is 15 billion years old. We know the universe is expanding. How much has it expanded? It is accepted that the universe has expanded one million million (this is not a typo) times since the little speck first appeared from the ‘Big Bang.” According to Dr Gerald Schroeder the first hour after the ‘Big Bang’ would now appear to be 120 million earth years. Let’s go into detail about what Professor Schroeder is saying. The scientific community is saying that the universe is 15 billion years old. Even though there is some disagreement of the age of the universe we will use 15 billion years for this example. Of that 15 billion years 120 million has to be deducted for just the first hour after the Big Bang. The universe has expanded a million million times. As the universe has stretched (increased) that first hour has stretched (increased) at exactly the same rate. That would be 15 billion years less the 120 million=14,880,000,000. The universe has stretched a little less for the second hour after the Big Bang. You can easily see the Big Bang occurred only thousands of years ago when you adjust for the universe expanding because time expands at the same rate. Simply stated when they say the universe is 15 billion years old they are not saying the Big Bang occurred 15 billion years ago. The scientific community has not adjusted for the fact time stretches at the same rate that the universe expands.
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