The universe is a collection of randomly-distributed expanding mostly hollow matter from a single, small point in space due to some type of explosion. Example 1: The randomness is like the existence of soap bubbles in a tub: there are large areas of nothing. Example 2: At any one point in space, surrounding bodies appear to be moving away from that spot, suggesting expansion. Example 3: Matter is mostly nothing, as evidenced by certain particles passing easily through gold, and is consistent with the idea that it was all in one tiny spot before its expansion.
The universe is big, wide, and dark. Milky Way, Galaxy and blackholes.
by bharmoriat8 months ago
Is wrong or right, just a matter of perspective?some one, some thing might be wrong in your eyes and it might be good from somebody elses perspective.that nothing is absolutely good or absolutely bad in this universe
by janesix4 years ago
Whether your view is religious or scientific. And if you think the Universe is a steady state(as in, has no beginning or end),then try to explain that instead. Thank you.
by Uplifterx5 years ago
"Georges Henri Joseph Édouard Lemaître (French: [ləmɛtʁ] ( listen); 17 July 1894 – 20 June 1966) was a Belgian priest, astronomer and professor of physics at the Catholic University of Louvain. He was the...
by PhoenixV21 months ago
Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing?Regarding all of reality.
by Laura Schneider7 weeks ago
How can I make engraved letters stand out against a silver-toned background?I have an engraved bracelet, but from day 1 the engraving has been hard to read. I sent it back to be engraved deeper, but it came back the...
by Infinite7126 years ago
That is, how much matter do you think there is? Do you think that the universe is finite or infinite? Is there never ending "stuff" or a finite amount that's surrounded by absolutely nothing. I don't know what...
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