Space geyser discovered at edge of universe

NASA researchers pushing the Hubble space telescope to its limits have released the following photograph which depicts a space geyser spewing gigatons of material into the universe and building upon it.

NASA researchers pushing the Hubble space telescope to its limits have released the following photograph which "depicts a space geyser spewing gigatons of material each second into the universe and building upon it."

The photograph released by NASA yesterday portrays an area so large that despite the distance between the edge of the universe and the telescope, the Hubble could not focus on the entire scene.  Researchers assured us that the telescope was indeed stopped down to its smallest aperture, but due to the massive scale of the scene, it did not have enough depth of field to render the scene sharply.

New Discoveries

The photo throws into doubt the long held theory of the “Big Bang” and suggests that the universe is in fact based on a grid whose designer is yet unknown.  Scientists analysing the colors of the geyser say that the material being released consists of both metallic and organic elements in a soupy mixture of solids, liquids, and gasses.  When asked where the material is from, a NASA spokesperson said that is yet undetermined, however, it seems that this material did not come from elsewhere in the universe.  If proved true, physicists would have to undo centuries of belief in the physical law of conservation of matter, which stated “matter cannot be created nor destroyed.”

NASA plans to continue its near-edge research and expects to find many more of these space geysers.  By gathering more data, they hope to create a bigger picture of the universe’s underlying grid and someday, predict where and how the universe will change.  Scientists hope their search leads them to the designer of the grid, and perhaps contact him/her and figure out what his/her future plans are.  Ultimately, researchers hope to apply data gathered to systems on earth and predict future changes in our planet and its people.

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