I put that badly, I meant it sounds like you are hinting at a black hole.
I don't want you to say anything you don't think is real
So, in reality, there is no such thing as a 3d space, it is 4d in that time is a dimension (it is spacetime, there is no real way to separate these parts). So, you could say that in that (for argument's sake) 1mil km3 area of space, at time x, there is nothing visible. However, at time y (let's call y 11 billion years earlier) - you could see the galaxy. In reality, the galaxy is in the spot you are looking at, just not at the time you are looking at it.
Now for the sake of the original debate, if "time" was somehow fragmented in that same area, and it now became an area of "past time", (a day, week,month or years past) What would we see in this 3d spacial area?
Time fragmenting etc... I don't know how this could happen, but very theoretically, say you could look through a timehole into the same area but 12 billion years earlier, I have to assume you would see the galaxy.
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