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The ideas of Stephen Hawking and his collaborators on the origin of the cosmos.

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Scientists are still looking for the cause of the big bang and solve the elusive "theory of everything.".
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Black holes are collapsed stars whose gravity devours matter.
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Though dark matter makes up an estimated 99 percent of the universe, scientists still debate what it is.
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Scientists investigate the relationship between matter and energy to uncover the essential building blocks of the universe.
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The big-bang theory suggests the universe began with an explosion.
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Changing views of the Earth's importance, from being considered the center of the universe 3,000 years ago, to a location in an undistinguished region of space.

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