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Originally posted by Gentill Abdulla
I was just wondering to myself about the big bang. The big bang theory states that the universe started from an infinitely small do that expanded. This dot expanded faster than the speed of light. (Correct me if I'm wrong please)
If this dot did expand faster than the speed of light, then according to relativistic effects the do would have expanded back in time.
1. If it did expand faster than the speed of light, then how did it expand back in time?
2. Was it the dot itself that caused it's own expansion?
Just some questions of mine. I would appreciate it if someone could help me answer it.