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A significant problem with this theory is that the oldest stars the Hubble Space Telescope has found are only approximately 13 billion years old.
They are cosmic chronometers for establishing the age of the universe independently from the same value as deduced from the Hubble Constant.
If there were stars older than 13 billion years, Hubble would have detected them.
That’s the funny thing about “$cience”; if they can’t find a logical or practical solution to a problem, they just add time to it, sometimes hundreds of billions of years, then think they’ve answered the question. And they expect people to take them seriously.
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