You can't use a standard ruler to measure the distance from here to the Planck Horizon, therefore you can't use that ruler to measure the distance from here to the Big Bang Horizon. The same Horizon (it overlays / inlays micro-macro / macro-verse | micro-verse -- a nakedly singular Horizon far, far, outside us / and at once far, far, inside us). So exactly the same distance, dimensionally speaking, here to there; there to here. No difference whatsoever multi-dimensionally (Planck-Big Bang-Horizon). How many different kind of measuring sticks, relatively speaking, would you have to use to measure point A to point B, and point B to point A, of what is in fact a naked singularity of distant Horizon (once more for emphasis, what is in fact exactly the same Horizon) in seemingly two different places, including, also seemingly, two different times? Talk about "quantum entanglement", that is entanglement to the extreme of entanglement where and when A is B and B is A : Where when a 0-dimensional point-singularity-balloon balloons big time to a relative extreme of large, and to a relative extreme of small.An even weirder outcome to space/time is the fact that a smallest thing exists and nothing between them.
A measure of a KM doesn't even exist crunched down or not so the original idea is missing that piece of the puzzle.
Size has no meaning since a ruler can't be used to measure anything, just point A to point B with nothing/no space/time between any two points in the universe.
Probably why gravity seems instant speed communication.
Size IMO is an illusion of space/time.
Thanks, VPE. You among some others, in expressing things the way you see them, do help me to greater clarification and confirmation of my own picture and modeling. I derive my picturing and modeling from the likes of Einstein and Hawking, but they are no help at all in helping me to surety and a fine detail and polish. I hope I provide the same help along the way to you and others, even if the energy initiated might be in opposition to some aspect or detail of the cosmological picture I'm advancing. Thanks again.
It's a Multiverse Universe.