YT2095 Posted November 17, 2007 Share Posted November 17, 2007 having looked at this thread: http://www.scienceforums.net/forum/showthread.php?t=29651 an Idea occurred to me, assuming the Impossible for a second, If we went into the "Void" at the very edge where our universe hasn`t expanded into yet. Would we be able to see the Big Bang as it happened (albeit from a great distance away) ? my Idea is that the Big Bang is still happening at this junction, although only as Images, a bit like rolling back to the beginning of a film, so that the Light and stuff that hasn`t reached into this void yet would be what happened at the very beginning of "time". it makes sense to me as a Logical extrapolation, but are there any other reasons that this would not be the case? (and remember I did acknowledge that we must assume the Impossible by getting to that junction area, so that can be overlooked I believe). 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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