Is there really an unobservable universe, events whose radiation hasn’t had enough time to arrive?

Would this mean that something traveled, as the universe expanded, faster than the speed of light?

Are beams which did arrive, and then continued past, considered part of the observable universe?

Or is the OU simply this one moment’s here and now—a fleeting thing—a nothing, really—an idea?

Tom Riordan lives in New Jersey. He’s a retired restaurant worker and teacher, and dreams about becoming pope for his next career.

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