High-energy events at cosmological distances in our universe regularly emit gamma-ray bursts (GRB) that scan the periphery of the heavens with pinpoints of light in surprisingly isotropic fashion. GRBs exhibit isotropy and other behavioral correlations to the oldest relic in the universe, the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB). From a creationist perspective, today’s CMB is investigated for clues to a young universe cosmology. A 6,000-year-old universe is proposed in a Creation Day 1 construct of vastly spread matter particles, severe time dilation, dual cosmic expansions, dual cosmic clocks, imaginary time, dark energy, and relative ages.
Cosmic Microwave Background, Eternity, Imaginary time, CMB time zone, CMB clock, Hubble particle, Hubble clock, Local time, Planck seed
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"Distant High-Energy Sources and the Cosmic Microwave Background in a Creation Day 1 Framework,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 6, Article 25.
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