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Strange Universe With Bob Berman

Strange Universe 10/10/21

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A vast energy field fills the universe. Vacuum energy or zero point energy has unimaginable power. In a way all objects around us are just little nodules, tiny extra thickness of this energy, hovering before us three dimensionally. This known matter makes up 4% of our visible universe, so learning about these building blocks is not a bad idea.

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