The mysterious energy that drives the expansion of the universe may not be a constant.
The amount of dark matter in the universe seems to be decreasing.
To truly understand dark energy, you have to look at Einstein's general theory of relativity on a cosmic scale.
Could this help us to better understand the physics of our Universe?
One of the universe's greatest mysteries could be solved by combining two conflicting theories.
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This would make the universe both more and less mysterious.
Explaining all of physics in just one theory? It may be possible.
The second largest component of the universe is dark matter. The truth is, we understand little of what it is, and more of what it is not.
Unusual actions within our universe could be explained by this new theory.
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