e=mc2 and the Big Bang

Posted: November 29, 2011 in Physics

If after a large possibly big bang 2 objects A, B are exploded in opposite directions along the x axis. In relation to the center of the explosion (0,0) object A is moving at 99% the speed of light in the positive direction and object B is moving 99%c in the negative direction of the center. One second after the explosion. An observer on object A would not see the visible light from object B since it is nearly 2 times the distance that speed of light can travel in one second away from object A. Yet Object B is moving away from object A at nearly twice the speed of light. Further proof that the velocity of light is not a speed limit. After 2 seconds Object A would be almost 4 times the distance light travels in one second away from object B.

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