Starting with all the universe mass squeezed into the same little start place (however intuitively improbable) , it went bang and started all those real masses moving apart from each other, at speeds quite high, but not not so high that they could exceed light-speed relative to each other. Any information about the future fate of any part could be observed, at some time later, from any other part, (though possibly with a red shift). When the latest and greatest telescopes are set to doing what they do, we are told that they are looking at light that emanates from the very edges of the Universe, back to a time near to when the "event" happened. Eh? I am thinking that the light associated with that cataclysm overtook the moving masses and put itself into places unavailable to us quite quickly. So how does what we see now so readily point to a Big Bang past ?