Subject: do we know what the universe looks like in the present?
Date: Thu Aug 26 16:10:59 1999
Posted by michael
Grade level: undergrad
City: windsor State/Province: ontario
Area of science: Astronomy
Because we use light to see the universe there's a large time delay for
distant objects. The further we look the less certain we can be of what is
there at our instantanious present. Is it possible to know what the
present looks like in futher regions of space, or is this another
circumstance of the uncertainty principle?
Re: do we know what the universe looks like in the present?
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