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"If the universe is not much bigger than we can observe and if it was only 50 times smaller in the past than it is now, then scientific deduction based on General Relativity means it has to have expanded out of a previous state in which it was surrounded by an event horizon.(a condition known technically as a 'white hole';.a black hole running in reverse, something permitted by the equations of GR)

"An observer on Earth would not in any way 'feel different.' 'Billions of years' would be available.(in the frame of reference within which it is traveling in deep space).for light to reach the Earth, for stars to age, etc., while less than an ordinary day is passing on Earth. 

"This massive gravitational time dilation would seem to be a scientific inevitability if a bounded universe has expanded significantly."....D. Russell Humphreys,.Starlight and Time,.Green Forest, AR: Master Books, 1994.

{1} T.G. Norman and B. Setterfield, The Atomic Constants, Light and Time (privately published, 1990). 

{2} D.R. Humphreys, 'Progress Toward a Young-earth Relativistic Cosmology', Proceedings 3rd ICC, Pittsburgh, PA,  1994, p. 267-286. 

{3} J. Byl, 'On Time Dilation in Cosmology', Creation Research Society Quarterly, 1997, 34 (1):26-32. 

{4} D.R. Humphreys, 'It's Just a Matter of Time', Creation Research Society Quarterly, 1997, 34 (1):32-34. 

{5} S.R. Conner and D.N. Page, 'Starlight and Time Is the Big Bang', CEN Technical Journal, 1998, 12 (2):174-194. 

{6} D.R. Humphreys, 'New Vistas of Space-time Rebut the Critics', CEN Technical Journal, 1998, 12 (2):195-212. See further discussion in CEN Technical Journal,  1999, 13 (1):49-62.
 


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