Teleport to the big bang

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When teleportation is finally possible, I would like to beam myself to the beginning of the universe, right after the big bang.

 I wouldn’t want to beam myself at the point of the big bang because the universe would be less that the size of an atom and I would be crushed.

I wouldn’t want to beam myself before the big bang either since there would be no time or place to beam myself. A little after the big bang would be perfect.

 Before the big bang there was nothing.

 It was the creation of everything. It wasn’t just an explosion in empty space. It was the creation of everything including space and time, and the universe is still growing today.

 Cosmology is a branch of astrophysics that studies the beginnings of the universe. In the last decade, we have discovered more about the early universe than we have ever done before.

So if you’re interested in taking a cosmic ride to the beginning of everything than take a look at some of these discoveries at


About Mario Carr

Mario Carr has a Physics degree from McMaster University and hosts this blog. He is the director of publicity for the Hamilton Amateur Astronomers and has helped to raise the profile of the group. He writes an astronomy column and appeared on CHCH-TV to talk about the night sky. Mario is the founder of the Carr Marketing Group in Burlington, Ontario and can help with your marketing, communications, publicity and public relations needs. He can be reached at or
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One Response to Teleport to the big bang

  1. J.R. LeMar says:

    I think you’re confusing this particular topic of “teleportation” with “time travel”

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