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The Real Age of The Universe is Inconceivable!
From the oscillating energy of the pre-universe to the present expansion of space, time and the immensity of a seemingly infinite universe, we cannot possibly calculate the growing distance nor accurately measure the age of the universe based simply on speculative analysis; I.e., in view of the limits set upon our visual capacity to assess factors necessary to legitimately answer the question. It for this reason I contend that present estimates of the age of the universe are grossly questionable.
In stating the universe's estimated age is 13 billion to ~23 billion years old contradict the distance of our own galaxy simply based on the amount of time it takes light to travel across our galaxy in view of the trillions of other galaxies clustering our vast universe.
Our galaxy is estimated at 100.000 to 200.000 light years across. This is equal to 0.138th to 0.238th of the 13.8 billion years of the total age of the universe by current estimates. This is perhaps the equation adapted by Planke, in his estimate of the age of our universe.
Then there are quasars which are estimated at distances of 14 billion lightyears away, this means it would take it's light 28 billion plus years to travel to earth, taking into account the added time it's light moves across an expanding universe which itself is approaching the speed of light. This idea presents a zeno dilemma. Still however, we have no real proof that quasars exist at the far extreme of our present space. It could very well be that they are so bright our current view of them obscured by their tremendous illumination.
To add to the puzzle is the distance of the farthest galaxy from earth known as MACS0647-JD which itself is estimated at 13.3 light years from earth. There are many, many more distance stars and galaxies which would complicate present estimates of our universe’s history based on their distance from us.
Planke’s, 13.8 billion year estimate places the universe in a shoebox in comparison to the distance of the vast universe consisting several of trillions of galaxies with advantages of hundreds of thousands of years across within our present observable universe, not to mention the calculations of distance stars and galaxies yet to be discovered.
The reality is, the question of the age of the universe cannot be based simply on the light of distance stars and galaxies, also there's the factor of how long it takes a galaxy to form, then how long it exists after forming, in addition to the amount of time it's light has travel over time in an expanding universe to reach earth. These are factors that must be considered before any “fair estimates” could be determined which in reality, makes the real age of the universe inconceivable and incalculable . Therefore, where and when it all started and where our universe ends with regards to its constant expansion leaves us with an obvious infinity until proven otherwise.
ravon sanders, mps, nyts, april 4th, 2017