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Could we ever see the big bang?
Okay so here's what I think:
Could we possibly look far enough out in space that we could actually see it happening? The Universe originated from a single point approximately 13.7 billion years ago. Now the universe is expanding cause the light from stars are in red shift. Now we have looked out pretty far but what if we able to look out beyond the 13.7 billion years? That would mean we are seeing things that were happening 13.7 billions years ago. Now would it be possible if we looked out so far that we could actually see the big bang or how the universe was created or even the beginning of time itself?