A hypothetical and "impossible" solution to the origin of the Universe. To fully understand the principles by which light operates we have to know that if you look far enough away you can see the universe when it was much younger than it is now due to the amount of time it takes light to reach us. Because of this there is always the possibility that if the exact origin where the universe is expanding from is determined we could pinpoint the original cosmic anomaly that resulted in the universe whatever that may be. If you couldn't see whatever object that is it would have to be assumed that it happened to long ago that the light has already passed us and it can not be seen from here. In fact, now that I think about it in order for us to see the anomaly the expansion of the universe would have had to occur at a speed faster than that of light so it is impossible for us to see it from where we are now. If it was actually possible to travel at a speed faster than that of light, we could travel away from the center of the universe far enough that we could look back and see whatever it was that was at the origin of the universe. I know that this isn't a question or a theory more a statement of understanding from someone who just recently "comprehended" the effect the speed of light has on our understanding of the structure of the universe.