All of a sudden, it  explodes , splattering... - Deepstash

All of a sudden, it explodes , splattering all of its contents into the void. This moment is known as the big bang . When it happened, the entire universe was created in the time it takes you to prepare a sandwich . Immediately after the blow, the universe doubled in size every 10-34  seconds – that’s FAST. Within three minutes , 98% of all matter in the universe we know today was created.


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