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The Universe Is Just Awesome

The Universe is Just Awesome
Fun, Interesting, and Awe Inspiring Facts
About the Universe
Before the Big Bang,
there was absolutely
nothing. It wasn' t dark,
it wasn' t Mach, and it
wasn' t white. It was
NOTHING. What exactly
is ‘nothing? The human
mind can not
comprehend nothingness.
It is believed that at
the center of every
galaxy there is a
supermassive black
hole. It has the mass
of 1000 n of our
suns and can Be
m of miles
long. Event's
of years) all the stars
within our galaxy will
Be sucked into the “
black hole at the
center of our galaxy.
310' lani
The closest Earthqauke planet is GLIESE 581 c. This planet is the
most likely candidate to have life on it. It is only " Lightyears
away, which is relatively close when you' re talking about the
universe. The only problem is, the fastest handmade vehicle is the
Viking Voyager. Launched in the 1910' s, it has been zipping
through space at 13, 000 MPH. Even if the Voyager space probe
was travelling at it' s max speed, 13, 000 MPH, it would still take
over 350, 000 years to get there.
In our very solar system,
there are asteroids Just
g for the chance to
e with our planet.
on of years ago, an
asteroid struck the Earth and
wiped out the dinosaurs. It' s
not a matter of " it is going
to happen again, But a matter
I would actually have a picture of
dark matter here, But the problem is,
we can' t see is believed that
25% of the universe is dark matter.
DARK MATTER Also, 10% of the universe is
composed of dark energy. Leaving
only about 5% of the entire universe
left for us to actually see.
It is theorized that there are an infinite number of universes that
may exist. We can these universes ‘Parallel Universes‘. The
differences Between this universe and another universe could Be
so miniscule that you would Barely know the difference. For
example in this universe, you put your left shoe on today; whereas
in a parallel universe you put your right shoe on first. It' s also
thought that these universes could Be within our universe. The
only reason we can' t see them is because they may Be in a
different dimension that we can' t see.
There are 2 theories on how the universe may end. The first Being
The Big crunch‘. The theory states that the universe will
event's y reach a point of maximum expansion and then stop.
Everythi in the universe at one moment e will Just stop.
Then, Just as quickly as it moved forward, It w start to move
backward. Time will go in reverse and everything will Begin to fall
in on Itself. The universe will come together faster and faster um
Fm 'crunched' into nothingness yet again. No one knows if
this cycle is continuous ocaust a one time occurance.
The second theory states that the universe will expand
faster like emptying water out of a bottle. As the water draws near
the end, it gets faster and faster. Everything in the universe will
eventually become so far away from everything else that all matter
will become ice cold blocks of ice. Suns will die out and every
planet that may have life on it w die.
The universe is Just AWESOME.
Thumbs up if you like, I might make a sequel.
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#126 - ahahah (05/04/2010) [-]
haha "ice cold blocks of ice"
User avatar #57 - advisorycentaur (05/04/2010) [-]
um i just have to say the black hole stuff is wrong as black holes are singularities (no height width or length) so they dont have volume this also means they have and infinite mass and gravitational pull (thats how they pull in suns and other super massive objects) and while correct in saying that they have the mass of 100,000,000 of our suns thats also incorrect as its actually infinite

and it is possible to maintain an orbit around a black hole so all the stars getting sucked in is impossible unless there was something pushing them in and the theory of the universe expanding until everything being so far away would stop that anyway
User avatar #144 to #57 - IDevideByJESUS (05/04/2010) [-]
Lets just all agree on one thing. Everything in the universe has to qrapped around one thing. and until we find that one thing, the world will be a mystery and everything will just be a theory
User avatar #70 to #57 - FreeCANCER (05/04/2010) [-]
super massive black hole refers to the pull power of it.

these black holes have a massive gravity pull range.

yes it is possible to maintain a constant orbit but other particles can displace you over time
#94 to #70 - amishllama (05/04/2010) [-]
Supermassive Black Hole-Muse
look it up
User avatar #224 - Lowa (05/05/2010) [-]
"ice cold blocks of ice"
User avatar #113 - jxs (05/04/2010) [-]
It should say "Fun, Interesting, and Awe Inspiring THERORIES about the Universe" because in reality, these are all just guesses. We don't know **** about **** about the universe.

Except the asteroid fact. That's real. We're all gonna be ****** one day
User avatar #237 to #113 - fzjoss (02/13/2014) [-]
What if before it happens we develop a technology which can protect us from the big asteroid?
#134 to #113 - John Cena (05/04/2010) [-]
I agree with the Theories part, but i wouldn't say guesses. A theory in science is the conclusion reached with the majority of evidence that we know of supporting it. I dunno if thats what you ment though so correct me if im wrong.
User avatar #114 to #113 - dakunism (05/04/2010) [-]
yeah i changed the title for the rest of em
User avatar #117 to #114 - jxs (05/04/2010) [-]
Ah, i see what you did thar
User avatar #102 - BeVuTz (05/04/2010) [-]
So waking up alone and then thinking about myself in a parallel universe with a beautiful woman, helps me how?
#55 - John Cena (05/04/2010) [-]
350000 years from now, a bunch of bewildered aliens are gonna get hit by that piece of metal.
User avatar #2 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
I recently read stephen hawkings article on time travel, and it mentioned the large black hole and that its mass slows down time, and that theoretically it could be used as a time travel device
User avatar #3 to #2 - dakunism (05/03/2010) [-]
the other theory is using a super elongated wormhole...but i was going to mention time travel in my next one if i make it :P
User avatar #4 to #3 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
Yeah, but he said the wormhole wouldn't work cause if we were to expand one to allow a human to fit through, it would emit and absorb so much radiation from itself and around it, it would collapse
User avatar #5 to #4 - dakunism (05/03/2010) [-]
that i didnt know! thanks for telling me before i put it up! lol
User avatar #6 to #5 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
Saved by the Rick-man!
User avatar #9 to #6 - emoboirules (05/03/2010) [-]
does this manke us nerds?
User avatar #10 to #9 - dakunism (05/03/2010) [-]
officially. lol
User avatar #11 to #10 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
Yes. Yes it does.
User avatar #12 to #11 - emoboirules (05/03/2010) [-]
nerds are then quote cool and non- n00bish
User avatar #13 to #12 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
quite* cool and non- n00bis.

Grammar Nazi and nerd. But we are still awesome. **** yeah guy belongs in our group
User avatar #145 to #13 - IDevideByJESUS (05/04/2010) [-]
I am a nerd :) nerds are fun.
User avatar #14 to #13 - emoboirules (05/03/2010) [-]
we practically own him
he is our slave
User avatar #15 to #14 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
Yeah. Anyway- what's everyones thoughts on time travel? My favourited method would be reaching near light-speed, even though that's currently impossible, it's the one with the most potential
User avatar #16 to #15 - emoboirules (05/03/2010) [-]
farting on a waffle
User avatar #17 to #16 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
that would not work
User avatar #19 to #18 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
Anyone else watching Stephen Hawking's Universe when it starts on the 9th?
User avatar #20 to #19 - emoboirules (05/03/2010) [-]
9th of may?
User avatar #21 to #20 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
yeah, according to his newest article
User avatar #22 to #21 - emoboirules (05/03/2010) [-]
what channel in the UK?
User avatar #23 to #22 - MyNameIsARickRoll (05/03/2010) [-]
discovery channel at 9pm
User avatar #24 to #23 - emoboirules (05/03/2010) [-]
kk thnks
User avatar #62 - TomTheGerbil (05/04/2010) [-]
Ice cold blocks of ice? That's some cold **** right there
User avatar #51 - tigerfangred (05/04/2010) [-]
not funny, but still awesome. I enjoyed this
User avatar #40 - ZOMFGnoWaysz (05/03/2010) [-]
god damn cps lock, too lazy to fix it.

i really felt bad after seeing all this. its so depressing to hear that the world is inevitably going to cease to be.

time to go smoke a blunt and forget it....
User avatar #7 - flaminscull (05/03/2010) [-]
well ill be long dead before this happens
User avatar #1 - sgt bob (05/03/2010) [-]
in the words of bender the mighty: "Well, we're boned"
#96 - EmperorColo **User deleted account** (05/04/2010) [-]
Gotta love humans. Athiests think that nothing some how managed to explode into everything, and Christians believe that God has existed forever and one day waved his hand and created the universe.

Both sound equally as absurd and yet they bash each other constantly. I'm a Christian, but I find it amusing that both sides blindly hate the other without looking at their beliefs from the other side's point of view. I understand an Athiest's perspective, but if you don't believe, why make a big deal out of it? I know most don't, but some are practically religious about not believing. It's a waste of time. /semi-rant
#98 to #96 - John Cena (05/04/2010) [-]
dude same here i believe your words dude i believe
User avatar #106 to #96 - dakunism (05/04/2010) [-]
same here brah. i dont understand what's so wrong for me to believe that God created the universe. if i want to believe that there is a great designer, and an atheist doesn't, so be it. i don't understand why there have to be 'arguments' about it. believe what you want to believe.
#107 to #106 - EmperorColo **User deleted account** (05/04/2010) [-]
Haha amen.
User avatar #100 to #96 - Enginseer (05/04/2010) [-]
First of all Atheists don't believe we came from 'nothing'. We simply do not know how the universe started. However admitting you simply do not know the answer is better than making one up and sticking so sternly to it.

To #97: 1. It's apparent you do not understand how black holes work. If an object rotates a black hole fast enough it will orbit it without ever drawing closer, if it's not going fast enough it will be sucked in and destroyed.

2. Wow, this is just too typical. Just because you have not experienced something means it's dumb? You must understand that time and space are one of the same thing, time changes with gravity, as does space.

3. The only one you got right, yes galaxies would be completely cut off from one another.
#104 to #100 - EmperorColo **User deleted account** (05/04/2010) [-]
Most Athiests I know believe in the Big Bang Theory, and I'm not necessarily saying that ALL Athiests do, but most.What you're referring to in your second sentence is Agnosticism. Agnostics believe that "nobody can know," Athiests believe that "God does not exist, end of story."

I know what I'm talking about.
User avatar #179 to #104 - Enginseer (05/04/2010) [-]
I say we currently do not know [Because nobody does!] Yet it doesn't mean we will never know.

It seems some people have a hard time grasping the concept of development. Theories are changed and refined all the time, the theory of evolution has been updated by numerous scientists, and while it doesn't answer all the questions right now, with every discovery we learn a little bit more.

Agnosticism, Atheism. Too many isms, I simply see the facts and accept them for what they are. The main difference between science and religion is this.

If all knowledge was wiped from our minds and all writings destroyed, we would re-discover all scientific theories, yet not one [previous] religion would be present. My motto, Facts or GTFO.
#180 to #179 - EmperorColo **User deleted account** (05/04/2010) [-]
Although I do not entirely agree with you, I respect your view.

I've already gotten into one too many religious debates today anyway, I'm getting tired of it :/
User avatar #186 to #180 - Enginseer (05/04/2010) [-]
Despite everything, there's no actual measurable proof that a god, of any kind exists.

So if you want to isolate your mind from knowledge, with your community of creationists that's fine. Yet when you bring your beliefs out here and deny any scientific theory without any justification you're really just making yourself look silly.

Science is religions biggest enemy, because it does just that, it searches for the truth. Yet scientists have been respectful of religion, while we can prove our origin they've left the theory of a human soul or spirit up to churches. It's not difficult to disprove heaven with a simple paradox, yet it's never officially announced.
#188 to #186 - EmperorColo **User deleted account** (05/04/2010) [-]
I don't isolate myself from knowledge. Do I seem like an unintelligent being to you if you were to look at me without bias?

You must not forget that science has many paradoxes in it's own theories. Don't get me wrong, I don't shun science. It's the most useful thing man has ever created, but like anything else, it's not perfect. Neither is religion for that matter.

I told you before, I'm not getting into a debate, so after this I'm done. I respect your view and I hope you can respect mine.
#110 to #96 - John Cena (05/04/2010) [-]
i dont get why its so hard for people to believe in both - im a hardcore lover of science and an even more religious person it all makes perfect sense ... seriously anyone who thinks the two exclude each other is horrendously narrow minded...... and a faaaaag [to use the politically correct terminology :P]
User avatar #176 - ShadowPrince ONLINE (05/04/2010) [-]
For the "nothing" you speak of, it's not exactly true

Latest part a theory that came out says that energy can be "borrowed" to create matter/anti-matter pairs, just as long as the energy is given back within the time limit.
now there is also a form of "energy field" (not going to explain it here)
but it can give a substantial "jump" to the particles. (adding energy)

when the sircumstances are right, the "borrowed" energy creates the particles, which get a jump from the field and boom, massive amounts of energy are released in a huge explosion, aka: The Big Bang.
User avatar #112 - xToXiCxCuPpYcAkEx (05/04/2010) [-]
Make a sequel!
And I spent like 5 minutes trying to comprehend the nothingness. I hurt my brain.
User avatar #111 - MyGrassIsPossessed (05/04/2010) [-]
My brain hurts... :(

Cool facts though :)
#103 - John Cena (05/04/2010) [-]
most of what he explained was on stephen hawking's show sunday night if u like this check out that show its epic
User avatar #105 to #103 - dakunism (05/04/2010) [-]
yeah i was watching it right before i made this so everything on the show was still fresh in my mind. but yes, truly an epic show
User avatar #99 - ukrulesall (05/04/2010) [-]
most of these 'facts' are based on ignorant and establishment produced theories and hold very little objective truth or substance, good day sir !
User avatar #53 - dakunism (05/04/2010) [-]
part 2 is out guys! check the description for the link!
User avatar #56 to #53 - Solcozm (05/04/2010) [-]
this is amazing!
#52 - loadedkb (05/04/2010) [-]
dude... wow just wow. i have always had the same fascination as you and i know alot about our universe and the infinate number of parallel universes but you've tought me more. for that i thank you. please make a sequel. maybe talk about binary star systems or size comparison of the stars and planets, idk its your post. let me know if you make another.
User avatar #54 to #52 - dakunism (05/04/2010) [-]
lol i just posted my second one in case you were wondering! XD
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