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so much for...."And God created the Earth"....

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    started a topic so much for...."And God created the Earth"....

    so much for...."And God created the Earth"....

    ...but did you ever noticed that everytime NASA is on the ropes some new revelation is ushered forth? This cut and paste moment is brought to you by the three wisemen....Next time you are planning a birthday party have the Three wisemen drop in by Camels. Reduced rates on the day of the 3rd world war!


    NASA Probe Finds Universe's Age and Vital Stats
    Tue February 11, 2003 07:48 PM ET

    By Deborah Zabarenko
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists using a robotic NASA probe have determined with precision the age of the universe -- 13.7 billion years -- and figured out when stars began to shine.

    Astronomers have been closing in on these numbers for decades, but a spacecraft now about a million miles from Earth was able to look back to nearly the dawn of time to find the answers, NASA researchers said on Tuesday.

    Stars started shining just 200 million years after the theoretical Big Bang, scientists said in announcing findings of the so-called WMAP mission, which gazed on the universe when there were no stars, no galaxies, nothing except minute differences in temperature.

    These temperature differences were as little as one-millionth of a degree, but that was enough to create vast hot and cold spots that signaled the beginning of the clumping that eventually became every known structure in the universe, the scientists said.
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