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Steve Tate asked the Naked Scientists: how did we get to where we are faster than the light we are seeing now?What do you think?
If we can see billions of years into the past towards the beginning of time (big bang). And, if all matter/energy in the observable universe was in one place (the singularity) at that point. Then, how did we get to where we are faster than the light we are seeing now?
Also, if space is expanding then is matter/energy also expanding at the same rate?
Also, if space is expanding why is the speed of light not getting quicker?
Is light actually slowing down, relatively speaking?