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  1. #1 V=Hr 
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    We say that 1/H is the age of the universe.(H : Hubble Constant)
    Then it means H is variable.
    Why a 'constant' is variable?


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    1/Ho = current age of the universe

    The subscript o denotes the current observed rate.

    Until sufficient time has passed to observe a change in rate, H cannot be further defined.

    The simple math uses the age of the universe as a constant so it works for now, for NOW!


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    Thanks for your reply!
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