Essay On The Universe Is Everything

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Universe is everything. And everything means all the things that we know and we don’t know, the things that are from up and down, and the things that is from the past and future. But before the universe, we would know first about our planet, which is the earth: silicon and oxygen based with metallic core and the only planet that sustains life. Our planet together with the seven other planets orbits the sun and all of these are part of the solar system. The turning and spinning solar system with vast collection of stars composes the Milky Way galaxy. It is only one of the billions of galaxies which make up our universe. From this, we can tell that the universe is really big, and was it said that it’s still getting bigger and expanding. A theory…show more content…
That’s the biggest question that made me so curious about among the other topics. Knowing some about how our universe started and how scientists argued on when did everything began to be, made me realize on how scientists would give predictions on the fate of our universe. I also choose this topic because it will not just bring knowledge about the destiny of the universe but it will also enlighten our minds to be aware of our future universe. Knowing this doesn’t mean that we could already stop our destination, it would just give us ideas on how to live our life knowing all the possibilities. There are lots of theories and assumptions that have been proposed by different scientists of what and how our universe might…show more content…
In the article, it was said that the most fascinating things about the universe is how just little we know about it. We also want to know how the universe will end just like what will happen if we die. It was stated there on how scientific groups of people proposed theories and how some of them become really different from the other. The article mentioned about the most well-known Big Bang theory that tells how the universe started, in which it says that all matter was once a singularity, a substantially dense tip in the void of nothing. The matter expanded superficial at an unbelievable rate and finally formed the universe
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