The only way they can measure the speed of light is to beam light to a reflector and measure the time it takes to go and be reflected and come back, and divide that by two. WHAT IF all the time taken up is during the reflection, and NO TIME taken up during the beam? Then light-creating objects like stars send to us in no time, and planets, moons, etc. take time to send their light to us.
So regarding the speed of light, and the possibility that it only takes TIME to travel when it is reflected. Then add in the idea that everything has only existed for 6000 years. Ok, given those two suppositions, here is a testable hypothesis:
1. Stars would originate light, not reflect it, so we would see their light instantaneously, no matter how far away. We are seeing them all.
2. Planets and moons and asteroids reflect light, so today we might only see the ones 6000 light-years away. Anything farther, the light is still on its way here.
Hypothesis: Each day we would see things farther out: those which are REFLECTIVE.
Anyone have access to the Hubbel telescope to test my theory?