Sunday, April 5, 2015

Helmholtz and the Age of the Sun

Check out the age of the Earth paper in block B page 303.

Helmholtz had the Sun as 21 million years old. This is much closer to the age of the Sun than what modern establishment astronomy has calculated.

Reasonably is the Sun older than the Earth or is it much younger, say around ~21-80 million years old?

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