# Our Galaxy Being Our Sun Was Born 13 Billion Years Ago So We Are Told So How Many Days Is That and hours min and seconds and the expansion of the universe

danielm85948
61-65, M
3 Responses May 7, 2012

to spartguyut in reply first point, as we know there is 365 days in one year.there is 8,760 hours in one year,there is 525,600 min in one year, there is 31 million 536 thousand seconds in one year,a billion is a thousand million,now to the point about the expansion of the universe,.for there to be a big bang,there would have to have been a dying star that become so big it then exploded to form our universe,so there would have to be a black hole about 10 million light years across 7 billion 500 million light years from us, a light year being 186,000 miles per second to give us the distance and miles from us,we now have the time and the distance ,to look at the claim for this big bang,and the time and the distance needed to look at the claim for the expansion of the universe,by that statement there must be more than one universe, more like an atom,but what of spinning in our universe,we need to look to the centre of our universe and the black hole is power and gravity as it spins ,means we must have a centre for our universe to spin from,and for us to spin there must be an outer for us to spin in , so by that statement there must be more than one universe ,so we must all be in dark matter within matter being the planets and the moons and the stars,so there is the evidence, for what is my own story on what i think is our universe ,going by all the facts.

I tend to parse your question and then question your assumptions when I have a disagreement, even to the point of avoiding checking my calculations. Here goes;<br />
13 billion years = 4,631,250,000,000,000 days<br />
13 billion years = 111,150,000,000,000,000 hours<br />
13 billion years = 6,669,000,000,000,000,000 Min.<br />
13 billion years = 400,140,000,000,000,000,000 sec,<br />
To me your calculation from our solar system to the mid point of the big bang would differ for any speck in the universe since almost all bodies are traveling away from each other and NOT at the speed of light! There is nothing to convince me that they all, if any, left the central point at the speed of light! I find that assumption is the where your theory needs reinforcement.

yes, there has been many changes, from both the sun and the earth due to the birth of the moon,the pull of the moon on the earth,as we spin round our sun ,going at 1,100mph that is earth speed we know this due to the time the earth takes ,to travel 26,400 miles being 24 hours so just do 24 times 1100 mph gives a distance of 26,400 miles, so if it does that ,then it would take 38 years to travel the 370 million miles to go right round the sun,but the early sky would have been yellow, not blue,long story on why,but for there to be the birth of our sun,there would have to have been a dying star which then exploded to then form our sun,so by that statement there would have to have been a galaxy there before ,for it to die, so what do i think of the big bang ,there is very big holes in that story.