Jessie Szalay is a contributing writer for LiveScience and nonfiction editor of So to Speak Journal. Her work has appeared in The Jewish Daily Forward, Waccamaw Literary Journal, and National Geographic Traveler--Personal Explorer, among other places. She lives in Washington, DC and is working on a book of personal narrative and social inquiry regarding interfaith issues and non-LDS identity within Utah.
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We all leave our traces. Even campers who fastidiously carry their garbage out of the woods leave footprints behind. Flora and fauna from millions of years ago are found fossilized in the sand. The universe leaves traces behind, too. On March 17, scientists announced that the Big Bang, the universe-creating explosion, left its own traces…