Tuesday, April 22, 2003

the many me


You will probably never see your other selves. The farthest you can observe
is the distance that light has been able to travel during the 14 billion
years since the big bang expansion began. The most distant visible objects
are now about 4 X 1026 meters away--a distance that defines our observable
universe, also called our Hubble volume, our horizon volume or simply our