If the cosmos is only 14 billion years of age, how can it be 92 billion light years wide?

The size and age of the cosmos appear to not agree with each other. Astronomers have determined that the cosmos is almost 14 billion years of age and yet its diameter is 92 billion light years across. How can both of those numbers potentially be true?

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10 Comments:

  1. Change My Mind:
    The Earth Is Flat

  2. *According to Bible and Quran world is 2500 yrs OLD*

  3. I see the message: don’t forget uli birthday cake at 2:30. Was this a reminder of something that is now in the distant past? Or is Uli watching the video and learnt that he is going to be surprised at 2:30 pm?

  4. the earth is flat

  5. We either do or do not have a center for the universe. Either its infinite or finate. The world may never know.

  6. Douggie Harrison

    yeah, that was clearly toasted for about 8 minutes

  7. But how far were the objects that were the farthest away when they emitted light we can now see?

  8. I’m 40. When I was in elementary school, pluto was a planet. Now it’s not. And now you’re telling me with a straight face how the universe began? Bull

  9. Alucard Helsing

    Dark matter sped it up?

  10. 1 Corinthians 13:12 KJV

    So many claim so much knowledge not telling you the part that their foundation is built upon assumptions. Something you can know as fact at present. One way light speed cannot be measured. cringe cringe cringe, ……………..hehehehehe

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