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If Loeb'scalculations Are Correct

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on December 18, 2001 16:19:30 UTC

and the first light is 15 billion years old. Then the speed of light horizon and the CMBR will be coincident when the universe is 19 billion years old.

Here I am using linear scaling from his calculation that the quasar that is 14 billion light-years away will be coincident with the speed of light horizon when the universe is 20 billion yaers old. I am also assuming that the universe is now 15.3 billion years old

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