# Centre of the singularity that is the big bang [duplicate]

If it's true that the deeper we look into space the further back in time the light is coming from then does that mean that just behind the cosmic background radiation the entire sky is filled with an unviewable image of the singularity that was the big bang and can that mean that we are sat at the centre of the Big Bang?

• We can't even get systems of a thousand atoms to stay entangled for any length of time in the best lab conditions, let alone $10^{76}$ atoms! So the answer is no, because decoherence is a powerful thing. Jun 20 '17 at 0:34