It is said that when an observer look up the sky and observe the cosmos, the further out he looks, the further back in time he sees, allowing him to peer into the past. However, there is a catch, namely, the observation must take place at present time. In other words, a distant object 100 light years away that he is just now observing is probably going be very different than what it actually is at present time. By that scenario, one can say that the entire universe at it exists at present time will have to be different than the "observable" universe as it is being observed now at present. Now, let's say observer is somehow able to time travel ahead by 1-day into the future, will his perspective be different? Will he know he is in the future and not the present by looking up the sky and observe the cosmos? Is the a case of multi-version universe as supposed to multi-verse universe?