Subject: 'Big-Bang' theory and the speed of light
Date: Sun Nov 6 09:49:52 2005
Posted by Elflin
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Raleigh State/Province: NC
Area of science: Physics
This may be a stupid question, but as time approaches the 'beginning' of the
universe wouldn't time approach infinite? And using v=d/t, as time approaches
infinite, couldn't velocity approach infinite as well, therefore violating
the 'speed of light speed limit'?
Re: 'Big-Bang' theory and the speed of light
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