"In immense measures of time you are given the opportunity to discover yourself, and slowly and meticulously as you discover the more unified colors of orange, purple, and green, and you begin to see the flow of various forms, after awhile you gradually begin to realize the relationship all these colors and forms have. You begin to realize they all exist within an original white, so you begin to realize you are the white, and that you have always been the white, and you realize all the colors and forms were there in the beginning, they were within you all along."
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Light emitted from the Cosmic Microwave Background:
Recent discovery of BICEP2
The afterglow we see (that is, the CMB) was emitted about 377,730 +/- 3,200 years later. Before that date, everything was so hot that the universe, like a thunderbolt, was simultaneously glowing and opaque, with light absorbed as quickly as it was emitted. But by its 377,730th birthday, the universe cooled enough to become transparent.
The light emitted just at that moment was thus not absorbed, and has been plying its way across the cosmos ever since, cooling as the universe expanded.
That's what the CMB is — a fossil of light.
this story of inflation to the more dramatic picture that inflation suggests for the large-scale structure of the universe beyond our observable bubble, a picture called the "multiverse."
" it's easy to look at this discovery and miss the magnitude of it. Look back at the image of the Hubble Deep Field. Our entire cosmos, everything we can see, everything we will ever see, is almost certainly just a tiny pocket in a vastly, unimaginably larger universe of endless possibility. That's not just titillating metaphysics or the ravings of a punch-drunk theorist — it's the most parsimonious explanation we have for the things we see. So the next time you look up into the night sky, remember BICEP2. And imagine the universe ringing like a bell announcing our place in the family of things."