When we view objects in the universe our eye sees the light that traveled from said object to our eye. When we see the Andromeda galaxy we are actually seeing the Andromeda galaxy as it was 2.5 million years ago. This raises a question about matter within the visible universe: Is there a possibility that we are seeing the same atoms in multiple places within the visible universe? Could some of the hydrogen from one of the first galaxies to form now be part of the Andromeda galaxy but because of the distances we are seeing the same atoms 13.8 billion years ago and at Andromeda 2.5 million years ago? Could some of the atoms in me also be seen when I look at the Hubble Deep Field?