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An Upper Bound On The Radius Of The Universe

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 7, 2001 12:19:41 UTC

That is the error in your logic. There is no way to establish an upper bound on the radius of the universe. It could be infinite to begin with. My guess is that its the size of the singularity of a black hole. But with inflation, it could become any size in a split second, expanding much faster than the speedoflight.

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