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comment what planet is the most radioactive?
I would definitely re-word this if you want people to take a stab at this.
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@PeterErwin Fair point about semantics. I've re-worded my answer.
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comment Can it be inferred that our cosmological horizon has increased over time?
Lastly, welcome to the astronomy stack exchange :) This is probably not deserving of a separate comment, but feel free to inject strict definitions of the cosmological and particle horizons (for those of us who worry about them), or clarify the language in my above answer.