There Might Be Cracks in the Universe — But We Can't See Them from Earth - Different Impulse
There might be cracks in space-time, but humanity’s telescopes can’t see them. The cracks, if they exist, are old — remnants of a time shortly after the Big Bang when the universe had just shifted from a hotter, more alien state to the cooler, more familiar one we see today. That great cool-down, what physicists...
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