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Starlight and Time by Russell Humphreys
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Feb 19, 2016

did not like it
bookshelves: nuke-from-orbit-only-way-to-be-sure, religion
Read in January, 2001

This book might as well have been written by The Onion.

The universe runs on Earth Standard Time because the universe was created out of a white hole, the residue of which is the earth, and which shielded the earth from the passage of time in the rest of the universe, such that the earth is merely 6,000 years old, whereas the rest of the universe is billions of years old. There is consequently no contradiction between young earth creationism and visible stars many thousands of parsecs distant.

Ergo: poo on Darwin! Yay Tetragrammaton!
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