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Posted by Chris Duncan on October 21, 2002 20:12:07 UTC

When you say that space expands faster the father it is from the center of the universe, do you mean just space, or are you including the matter within that space? I have heard of the hyperinflation theory, stating that universe expanded millions of times faster than the speed of light in the first few nanoseconds of the universe, but I haven't heard of what you are discussing.

As you were saying to time speeding up: If matter and space speeds up in a faster moving part of the universe, time would definitely slow down from our perspective(theory of relativity states this), making the universe incredibly older(from our point of view)--yet, even Einstein said that time doesn't exist.

I hope that I helped.

Warm Regards,


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