Space doesn't seem to matter when it comes to entagled particles. Now could it be that stars are entagled with earth? If so, then time and space would not really matter, because with entaglement ... for example.. "The now-familiar puzzle of what are called "non local" interactions develops from theoretical work by John Bell, of CERN, in the 1960s and experiments by Alain Aspect in Paris in the 1980s. Together, these show that a pair of photons ejected in opposite directions from an atom remain somehow entangled, as if they were one particle.Measuring the state of one of the photons instantaneously affects the state of the other one, wherever it may be. Now, it seems that even atoms which have never come into contact (from the perspective of classical Newtonian physics) are entangled in a similar way." http://www.lifesci.sussex.ac.uk/home/John_Gribbin/quantum.htm If this were the case, then one would not need great time! Since it is admitted science doesn't understand why quantum entaglement works (by folks like Richard Feynman) we should not have tried to apply classical understandings and physics of time and space as we know it to creation.