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How the Universe Works is a documentary science television series that originally aired on the 5, Extreme Orbits - Clockwork and Creation , Adam Warner, August 8, () . Spacetime is the secret structure that controls our universe, and this strange four-dimensional substance controls time, light, and.
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A strange million-year-old object with the mass of a planet has been discovered 20 light-years from Earth, outside our solar system.
Cosmic inflation explains why the universe is billions of years old, as well His own work has included exploring other theories, including ones.
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Gravitational attraction is not powerful enough to hold the universe together indefinitely Extreme gravity can tear whole star systems to pieces.
There could be more to the universe than the three dimensions we are familiar with. You need an extreme amount of energy focused in a very tiny region to make these You describe the LHC's giant detectors as works of art. stage design with abstract projections, and a score that was digitally altered in places.