Aug 13, 2008, 6:18:23 AM8/13/08
to Towards a New Synthesis of Evangelical Christianity and Science
I'm not sure if this is true or not but I think Eistein's equations
contend that if you are traveling at the speed of light, for instance
if you are light, there is no time. However if God is light and he
created the earth and universe in 6 days, then maybe there is time,
but it goes by very slowly for God or light.
In other words if the universe was created in six days from God or
light's perspective, and the universe is 13.73 billion years old, then
there is time in the realm of light, its ratio is 2.28833333 billion
human years to every God day, or better yet 1 day of Light/God is
equal to 835.241667 billion human days. This comes out maybe to a
constant of 4.43068706 × 10-9.