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Re: Opinions Of Time Travel

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Posted by John/">John on April 18, 1997 21:46:54 UTC

: A Quasar is 60 billion light years away. Right now : on that quasar the are watching us enter the Cenozoic : era. If they had a device to see well enough than : they could watch us right this second 60 billion : years ago. If someday it is possible to travel many : many many light years we might be able to view earth : as it was a long time ago. Is this somewhat right?

Do yo mean 60 Million light-years?


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