why are the theoretical and measured sizes/ages of the universe so similar?
View Single Post
Feb24-05, 10:33 AM
In other words (ignoring expansion acceleration and other wrinkles), won't the universe always seem to be about 14B years old, based solely on the Hubble constant? Couldn't the universe be MUCH older than 14B years?
Hubble's "constant" is
constant over time.