posted on Feb, 14 2019 @ 09:44 AM
If the universe is 13.8 billion years old.. and we are only able to see 13.5 billion light years.
A.2. Mean that if those 300 million years of light passes us that we will be able to see in a specific point in space those extra 300 million years
somehow warp via gravity around a black hole etc and know they are the 300 million years we are missing from the 13.5 billion years we can see in the
A. Mean we will never see the other 300 million years as the light from the first 300 million years has passed us since we are not moving at the speed
B. We do not currently have a space telescope that has enough detection to see light from 13.8 billion years ago?
C. There was a dark period of 300 million years where light and light from things like stars didnt exists and therefore we can only see 13.5 billion
years into the past and will never see the big bang?
This is section two which are just standard questions i am wanting to be amswered.
2.A. how fast is the universe expanding compared to how fast light is travelling through empty space...aka a vacuum.
2.B. how fast are we travelling compared to light?
2. B2. How fast are we travelling compared to the universe expansion rate, light, and gravity waves?
3. If gravity waves actually travel and are measured by bending space (or creating ripples in the fabric of space), thwn wouldnt that actually be
faster that light due to the fact that light travels through space, but gravity waves travel by bending the very fabric of space that light travels
4. I am quite drunk so place don't be too harsh on me. I actually read a google answeer to the last question ages ago but have forgotten the reasoning
Thanks so much if you can legit answer these. Cheers
Wish you all the best.
edit on 14-2-2019 by DaRAGE because: (no reason given)