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This discovery isn't going to have much impact on anything except the age of the known universe. We're still talking billions of years old but it might end up being ± 1 billion years from 13.75 billion years old instead of the tighter margin of error previously used (± 0.11 billion years).
why? i thought current age of the universe is calculated from hubble's constant which is nowadays calculated from WMAP data but other data sources like galaxy observations gave similar results ?