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Going Back In Time

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Posted by Mike Banks on August 11, 2001 06:18:21 UTC

Nothing to do with God and Physics but...

We can see back in time, thanks to light speed. First, as the power of a telescope increases, and we can see closer and closer, is the time we see the same or more recent? If it's the same, then it would be interesting to all of the sudden appear at a point in space 50,000 light years away and view earth. I would certainly like to see this.

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