The galaxies that are not inside of us are really moving away and the ones that are farther away are moving away the fastest and we don't know why.That also means that even if you are in another galaxy . the other galaxies are moving. The universe has no center; however, the galaxies are not moving through space, they are moving in space, because space is also moving. A amazing astronomer Edwin Hubble made the theory that in 1925 and was the first who could actually prove that the universe is moving away from us. It is most likely possible that the universe will last forever, or it may be destroyed and crushed out by existence in a reverse version of the Big Bang scenario. The universe was created by one the biggest events of the Big Bang Theory. Albert Einstein once stated “that the most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible”. “he also said to have deep faith that the principles of the universe will both be beautiful and simple.” People have thought about how the big bang theory happened or not happened, and for a lot of years there were a lot stronger debates between those supporting it and those who favored theory of the universe was created by god, even some people believe that the universe was just there and no one created it , in which the universe was eternal and unchanging.The universe just might die out because of the sun, we are currently bein...
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... and is true the big bang theory really happened lots of people still have lots of questions about the big bang theory and they may never be answered.
Others believe that the universe was created by god in my opinion, I believe the universe was made by the greatest event in the universe the big bang theory. I still think the universe in expanding all the time every second of every day and it will continue expanding until the universe is destroyed by someone or it blows up by itself.There are still many gaps in how the universe was created and how the universe is still expanding to levels that are humongous. So this clearly stated that I believe the big bang theory happened and the universe will never stop expanding and if it wasn't for Arno Penzias and Robert Wilson for finding the evidence we would of never thought the big bang theory really happened.
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