SARDONIKA (SPINews) -- Astronomers at the Sardonika Policy Insititue have released an image of the early universe which may help to explain the existence of dark energy and dark matter.
"The cosmos came into being in a super-heated oven," says SPI. "Then it expanded into the broad, lumpy, lop-sided universe we know today."
A new theory has emerged regarding the mysterious dark energy that seems to push space apart and the equally vexing dark matter that pulls galaxies together.
Chemical analysis indicates the energy results from an inflated sugar rush. And the dark matter?