Okay, so astronomers say that the further we look in to space the further back in time we are seeing. And the same guys are saying that the universe
expanded from a single point. So...... heres my thought. If we are able to see light from the early early universe, wouldnt it make sense that it
doesnt matter where we look into deep space for the early stuff just as long as we look deep enough? get it? If we look far enough we will see the
I love that picture!! its so cool, never get tired of seeing it.
I especially like the new one that shows zoom out of the dense areas of the universe that makes it look like a GIANT sink spounge. Love love love this
The more you learn about light and light speed, you will realize you cannot ever see the future, and you can never 'time travel' to the past, only
the future. Sounds paradoxical but given some thought, it bares out in common sense.
I use images of the large-scale structure of the universe every chance I get. It's humbling, to know that we're such a small part of this vast
universe, but it's also a source of pride, knowing that we can actually see and study that vastness from our insignificant spot in it all.
As far as the current form of the Big Bang theory (LCDM Cosmology) goes, the entire universe expanded from a single point. There is no "center", or
starting point, to the universe, because all of it was created at the same instant. It's just been expanding ever since, to reach its current
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Yes, but every thought ever had is just a theroy until proven, right? But in the mean time the consensous is what it is. So just becuz we gotta keep
digging, doesnt mean that it isnt the right path. k?
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