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Many scientists agree that the universe is about how many years old
Universe is estimated between 13-16 billion years old. The most accepted answer is approximately 13.73 billion. Earth is roughly 5 billion years old, the consensus on this is slightly less, around 4.5 to 4.6 billion.
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User: The Doppler effect suggests that sound waves are relative to the observer. You know if an object is coming or going from the sound it makes. Light waves follow the Doppler effect also. However, instead of sound changing, you know if an object is coming or going

User: Many scientists agree that the universe is about how many years old

Weegy: Universe is estimated between 13-16 billion years old. The most accepted answer is approximately 13.73 billion. Earth is roughly 5 billion years old, the consensus on this is slightly less, around 4.5 to 4.6 billion.
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