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Name: Gabe
Status: student
Grade: 9-12
Location: WA
Country: USA
Date: Fall 2012


Question:
If time can be slower in one place than another, then can the universe be x amount of years old in one place and y amount of years in another?

Replies:
Gabe,

Parts of the Universe could be, yes. Time slows for fast moving objects.

Peter E. Hughes, Ph.D. Milford, NH


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