We look up at the night sky and marvel at the sprinkling of stars. We know that there’s more to it than we can see. Well, now we know there’s less to it too.
Astronomers have “stumbled” across a “tremendous hole” in the universe. The expanse measures some 1 billion light years across. That translates to 6 billion trillion miles of nothing.
In a successful attempt at humor, the article quotes retired NASA astronomer Steve Maran who said of the discovery: “This is incredibly important for something where there is nothing to it.”
Is it the power of gravity pulling dense things together and leaving wide open spaces of nothing? Or is it just more space for God to continue His work of creating?
Enjoy. See you in the mystic…