Solving a decades-old puzzle about the actual form of the universe, two astrophysicists from the University of Turbirgen have demonstrated that the universe is not made of tiny vibrating strings, as previously conjectured. Nor is it a hologram. Instead, says astrophysicist Lut Fensteen, the universe actually resembles a huge snow globe. The particles in the globe are galaxies, moving together ever so slowly downward. Every 590 billion years, the globe is turned upside down by gravitational reversal, and the galaxies are shaken up and swirl around, only to begin drifting down again. “The big questions now,” said Fensteen, “are what is the outer shell of the universe made of – glass? What is the object at the center of the snow globe? Is it a gigantic snowman? And what’s outside of the universe – an unimaginably large living room?”
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