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Difference between particle horizon and cosmological event horizon? 
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Feb706, 11:15 AM

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What is the difference between particle horizon and cosmological event horizon?



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Difference between particle horizon and cosmological event horizon?
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The horizons thing creates more confusion than clarity, IMO. In our [observable] universe, the surface of last scattering is the observational limit  again IMO. Superhubble fluctuations may have left trace imprints on the CMB  albeit that is debatable  but in a temporally bounded BB universe, it is impossible to observe entities that [may or may not have] existed prior to recombination.



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