The Universe is the Greatest Enigma
The universe is perhaps one of the greatest enigmas which humanity will never solve. Everything around us is a mystery, and as we advanced as a civilization tighter, we realize how little we know about where we are located in space.
The universe—if there’s only one and not countless more—expends at a staggering rate of around 43 miles per second per MEGAPRASEC. It’s even hard to imagine how fast that is.
In comparisons, our farthest space probe from Earth, the Voyager 1, is traveling a million miles a day approximately, and after nearly 40 years, the spacecraft has barely left our solar system.
But everything is in movement, nothing is static.
In fact, as you are reading this, the Earth revolves around its own axis; and orbits the sun, the sun moves through space at a staggering 792,000 kilometers per hour around the galactic center, and our universe moves at a mind-bending 2.1 million kilometers per hour.
In fact, our galaxy is being pushed and pulled by MYSTERIOUS forces in the universe.