You obviously have no idea what flat vs (+/-)curved means in this context... You're talking a temporal thing,
You misunderstand, and even if you understood what I meant you should know that space and time are apart of the same object so it again applies to the horizon, a word which I even used.
How can "discrepancy in a Planck metric" even apply to anything other than length or volume planck units??? Lol. The issue is that space beyond an horizon is not sending light at us.
Anyway, I think of our vacuum and our c as more of a body of land in an ocean of different altogether higher than radio vacuum density so I don't like a curved universe although there being different vacuum densities or wavelengths out of the spectrum like quantum tunneling.
Edited by OverUnityDeviceUAP, 05 November 2019 - 04:51 PM.