The Oldest World


The Oldest World

The old world is not big enough for the size of its continents. In fact, the oldest world can be seen as a mashup of three continents: Asia, Africa, and Europe. This is the result of the Big Bang. The oldest world has been evolving since time began. Since that momentous event in our universe, it has been making one complete revolution after another – the branch at the end of the year tree trunk of ages. It can be easily inferred that our universe must have had a beginning. No matter what theory you choose to say, the same conclusion can be reached.

Discovering About The Oldest World

You may ask yourself, how long does age really last? That is not my concern right now. What is important is that the old world must have begun at some point. This cannot be a recent thing. It must have been happening since the very beginning of time. But, was this event at the beginning of the end of the ancient world? Let us find out! Please remember that all we have is the testimony of men of science like Copernicus and Newton.

The Oldest World?
The Oldest World

The age of the world just ended- the year the sun is older than the world. Yes, this has happened. When the earth itself entered the universe, it made one complete revolution in one year. No wonder it was larger than our sun. When the earth stopped moving and there were just our solar systems and stars, the world became smaller. As the world became smaller, it started to compress. The stars started to go their separate ways, the planets started to go their own separate ways, and the sun also disappeared from the universe. This is how the old world ended – a century ago. How about the sun? If the sun remains in the galaxy, it will be older than the whole universe because the Big Bang occurred right before the sun was born. Then, it will be older than the galaxies, the universes, and the entire cosmos. How old will it be? Well, the average age of stars is a million years, but this is not true of the sun.

How Old Is The Sun & The Universe?

The Oldest World?
The Oldest World

Although the sun will be older than the oldest world, it will still be younger than the entire universe. The sun is only a hundred million years old. It will be a hundred million years old, even if it has been around for the whole period of the universe. When the old sun reaches this age, the universe will be older than the universe. Okay, so it does not matter which one is older. But, do we know how old the universe is? Yes, we know. It is older than the sun, but we cannot see the age of the universe.

We know the age of the universe because astronomers have measured it by counting the total number of stars that are similar to the sun. The number of stars is more than the number of stars found on our own planet. Now, astronomers have taken the sun’s age into account. So, how old the universe is? It is a million times older than the sun.

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