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If I understand the basics of the big bang correctly it starts with a very small dense point. At the moment of the big bang, less then microseconds after, the universe is already the size of our solar system. That would mean the particles traveled faster than light. How can these particles travel faster than light? My understanding is nothing should be able to faster.
I am just hoping on finding a glitch in the system so we will have warp speed soon to visit all those distant planets.