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Feb24-12, 07:28 PM
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Quote Quote by JDoolin View Post
Each clock would still see roughly the same speed-of-light expanding sphere of clocks no matter where it was, unless it was at one edge of the explosion.
It is my hunch that for a universe worth of clocks similar in size and density to ours, light emitted outwards from clocks near the edge would curve back inwards so that even an observer near the edge would still see an apparent expanding sphere of clocks and would not be aware that they were indeed near the edge of the sphere.