|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
Hello. The timeline given for the Big Bang says that after 10^-35 seconds of the big bang, "this" happened... and after 10^-6 secs after the bang, "that" happened. But just who's frame of reference is this timeline in? Surely the different particles are travelling at different relative velocities, therefore time passes slower (depending on the relative velocity) for one particle from the perspective of another. So just who's timeline is the bigbang in? Please let me know if this is just confusing... as I have confused my "relative"s with this questions.
Re: The frame of reference concerning the timeline of the big bang
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