A photon told me the universe in this direction is all right here with me.
I read one of Feynman's lectures, & Richard Greene's review, which lead me to think there might be no BH singularities, at least not massive ones. So I'm looking to find clarifications on the rate of time which I suspect will somehow be close to the speed of light for most of the universe (extrapolating that the rate of time is currently fastest, far from any significant masses. Analogous to the way in which the density of matter throughout the universe could be plotted on a 3 dimensional graph as a 'perpendicular' line called density, so could the "rate of time" scaled relative to its maximum somewhere out there.
I hope to get some insight into how long the inflationary epoch (E-30 sec) was compared to modern rates of time. (Today is ended, for the moment.)