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Posted by Bruce on October 15, 2001 06:05:49 UTC

first thing to do is not make any assumptions.
http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/~vincent/Cosmology/inflation.htm
Look at the orange dot. It is the part of the universe which we are causally connected to. In other words its the part of the universe in which light has had time to reach us since cosmological time t=0. The galaxy you read about is within this horizon. Its a very small portion of the universe.

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