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Posted by Mike Banks on June 28, 2001 20:36:48 UTC

Forgive me for not understanding, I just got out of high school so I'm not really an expert in this field.

But my understanding, according to relativity, is that time does slow down at higher velocities and/or gravity, although still appearing the same to the thing affected. If we were to observe a big bang in another universe, at such a high velocity in expansion, wouldn't it appear much slower to us(the observer)?

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