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How's Everything is Balanced in this Universe?

How's Everything is Balanced in this Universe?

Our universe is all of space and time and their contents, including planets, stars, galaxies and all other forms of matter and energy including us. A large body, such as the earth or the sun contains nearly equal numbers of positive and negative charges. There is brightest matter as well as dark matter, some of stars gets created while others gets destroyed. We estimate at about 100 billion the number of galaxies in the Universe, therefore there are about 100 billion stars being born and dying each year. Law of the Universe, everything created has some timeline and thus has be destroyed.

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