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Posted by zarker99 on October 16, 2010 19:34:15 UTC

My reasoning may be flawed a little - but here goes:

The cosmic radiation currently being studied is reputadly to have been emitted a few hundred thousand years after the big bang. SO HOW COME WE CAN SEE IT?

If the matter which makes up you and me (and the material of the instruments which detect this cosmic radiation) all came into existance at the same moment as the material which emitted the cosmic radiation, then something rather special (and impossible?) must have ocurred somewhere along the line.

- I get off a train at a station.
- the tain leaves for its next destination.
- I walk a few miles down the line to the next station.
- I get on another train.
- It's the same train I got off an hour or two ago.
- Logic says I must - at some point - have overtaken the train on my walk.

Does that make sense?

Again my question:
How come the cosmic radiation and us - having been created at virtually the same moment - only now happen to cross paths again?

I dont understand.

Did we travel faster than light at some point, and now have slowed down enough for this cosmic radiation to catch up with us?

Something isn't right here...

For us to see light/radiation from the big bang (or as near as dammit), surely must undermine the whole BB theory...??

Comments please :0

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