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Retrocausality Quantum Physicists have proven that, under special Circumstances, current events can have an effect on past events. This is also called the Observer Effect. In Quantum Physics, observing light hitting a surface (the light must be moving in one of two paths) causes retroactive causality because the light had to make a path choice before you observed it but couldn't have chosen before you observed it. That means by observing the light, you forced it to choose a pathway in the past. Experiments have proven this true in factions of seconds but scientists believe that observing light moving around large gravity-wells could cause retrocausality millions of years into the past. - iFunny
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The color of a meteor depending on its chemical composition - Awesome
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Chapter 1 - A Star is Born - NASA Science
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TYPES OF BLACK HOLES Miniature Stellar They have masses ranging from Also called micro black holes about 5 to several tens of solar are hypothetical tiny black holes masses. Supermassive These are the largest of black They have masses ranging holes, being millions to billions from 102 to 105 colar maccec - iFunny
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Did you know? This is an image of the interacting 'rose galaxies.' The smaller galaxy likely passed through the larger one, which is stretched into a rose shape by the gravitational tidal pull of its neighbor below. - iFunny
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Astronomy for amateurs : Flammarion, Camille, 1842-1925 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
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