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In London researchers have found that the universe is growing faster than what they thought At first they thought that it was growing too slow then it was speeding up and now they are saying that it is speeding up way too fast for us The reason they have found this out is because researcher Stephen Zepf has figured out that the calculations which were reported on Wednesday that the celpheids which are based on the brightness of a giant pulsating star that are used to determine the distance to the other galaxies They found that the Celphiods are appearing about 15 percent fainter than they had previously thought them to bein other words the 60 watt light bulb is actually a 50 watt light bulb and therefore the lamp is getting closer that originally estimated to be and that means that the universe is expanding slightly faster than anyone had every expected it to Nearly all the galaxies are moving away from us This means that this keeps going on then the universe will have enough density to collapse back on itselfWhich means that there will be nothing left In my opinion to this article I get very confused What I mean is that they were telling us that the universe was going good and that it was actually speeding down and not that fast then they said that it was setting faster and now they say that it is speeding up more that what they had thought it to be When they told us it was going slow no one worried because they thought that everything was going to be fine just like always then they said sorry we were wrong it is speeding up just a little faster so everyone worried that something major was going to happen like the world coming to an end just because the universe was expanding and no one did anything about
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