If scientists know how the universe is made then what will happen from that – what kind of benefit would they get from it?
Like space time is the black stuff of space and gravity related in the same way? We know that galaxies are spinning to fast to stay together. They say it is the black stuff that stops or controls them from flying apart. So does gravity and the black stuff work together, and cannot be separated?
Don Lykles. New Zealand (55+)
How are galaxies speeding away from earth at 1 million meters per second? Why dont they look like they are moving that fast?
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My mum told me about �time bending� but i didn�t really understand how it happens and if things in the future have already happened…? Can time really bend?? And how does it work?
Katie from Cheshire (Aged 15-25)
How many light years is earth (approx) from where the big bang occurred?
CA Merritt from West Sussex (Aged 55+)
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