Comment of the Day: “Our Universe is Merely a Region of an Enormous Universe”



"We can only observe the space that our universe's matter has expanded into, and I think that many more trillions of galaxies sit beyond the furthest redshift object yet discovered. Space itself, or the dark matter it consists of, is much like the murky water of the deep oceans. The closer an object is underwater, the more clear it is to see. But if moves away into greater depths the object becomes blurry, hazy and if it moves far away enough it fades completely from view. The fluid itself obstructs the optics of the observer. I think dark matter and space itself confuses us, much like murky ocean water in the same regard."

Matt Rhodes 

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