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These BBC videos are a bit "for the masses," but they do their job: Feb 6, 2019 - "Why Almost All the Universe Is Utterly Invisible" on bbc.com Just to throw something out there, since black holes are causing everything in each galaxy to swirl around them, why can't they be repelling everything that's outside of their galaxy? Doesn't it seem like galaxies are all pushing themselves away from each other, sort of like (for a visual example) two magnets whose negative poles are facing each other? If black holes have a such a strong attractive force, then why can't they have an equally impressive repulsive force? There. I just solved all the mysteries of the cosmos in two minutes. Only I could have done this. Sincerely, Donald
Awhile back I found an amusing cartoon on BBC that explained why nothing can go faster than the speed of light. Now, I've found a similar thing that explains why we can only see 5% of the known universe. It's not going to answer the mysteries of the cosmos for you, but it will explain things as best as they can currently be explained, in a way that you'll understand. "Why Almost All of the Universe Is Utterly Invisible" on bbc.com