Distance between first particle to enter event field and the last particle to enter?


by reportman
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reportman
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Nov12-12, 04:16 PM
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Can we measure the distance between the first particle to enter the Bang event field and the last particle to enter? What would this distance indicate?
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mfb
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Nov13-12, 03:18 PM
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What is the "Bang event field"? Not even google knows that (with this thread as only result).

Edit: Similar to this thread, I think you should read a bit about the big bang first. Your question does not make sense.


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