A group of scientists at the University of Washington have made a discovery that could change the way we think about the planet we live on.
According to a new paper published in Nature, the universe may be undergoing a kind of “supernova” right now.
The idea is that the universe is slowly losing mass as it ages and is becoming a smaller and smaller piece of the overall structure.
When the universe reaches this point, it will become very different from how we understand it.
Scientists have long known that the structure of the universe as we know it is an evolutionary process.
In particular, they’ve known that we are in the midst of a rapid evolutionary process as the universe ages.
They also know that the processes that shape the evolution of the physical universe can have consequences for how we think of the way the universe works.
The theory that a supernova, when it happens, could alter the way that we understand the universe has been around for decades, and is still being tested.
The new paper is based on a computer model that simulates the formation of stars and the evolution and fate of the matter in the universe.
The model shows that the formation and fate, or evolution, of the gas that makes up the stars and galaxies is changing in a predictable way.
This evolution will result in a very different picture of how the universe evolved, with stars becoming smaller, and galaxies becoming larger.
The researchers are trying to understand why this is the case.
The main hypothesis is that as the stars get smaller, they will also get smaller.
This could cause the gas in the galaxy to become lighter, making the matter more compact, and so it will also become more and more dense.
This is why the stars become so large and the galaxies so small.
This will lead to a kind in the expansion of the Universe.
This kind of evolution could also be responsible for the formation, or decay, of matter in certain regions of the galaxies.
“It could mean that this kind of change is what gives rise to the supernova,” said Dr. Matthew Dyson, a senior author of the paper.
“If that’s the case, then it could mean we’re in the process of evolution, which is going to happen over the next few million years.”
It’s a pretty exciting idea.
“We’re looking at what’s going to cause this kind [of evolution],” said co-author Andrew Hsieh, a physicist at the Johns Hopkins University.
“We’re hoping to be able to do a lot of these simulations, to be sure we have it right.”
The team first created a simulation in which they had simulated a galaxy with a star and a supermassive black hole, with the star in orbit around the black hole.
This simulation produced a black hole in orbit with a radius of 7 billion light years.
The simulations were run in order to understand the evolution process.
The team found that when the star was in orbit, the black holes formed at a slower rate than if the star had been farther away.
This was the result that the stars would be less dense and would not form as fast.
But it was also the result of a very slow evolution.
As the star got bigger and bigger, it became smaller, until it just exploded.
This resulted in a gradual transition of the stars from being relatively small to being extremely dense.
In this transition, the stars were smaller than they would have been without the blackhole.
When the team ran the simulations again with different conditions, they found that the blackholes continued to be small and relatively dense for the next millions of years.
Then, the researchers changed the conditions.
They ran the simulation with only a single star, which gave them the impression that the galaxy was still evolving.
But the next simulation showed that the galaxies were even smaller than before.
As a result, the authors say that the evolution rate has slowed down over the last millions of million years.
So this suggests that this is probably not a supernovae, as they say.
It could be the first time we’ve seen a galaxy evolve in such a way.
The researchers hope that their simulations can be used to explore how galaxies evolve at different scales.
They’re also looking at the evolution at the supermassive level, which will help them understand how matter gets to the stars.
In their new paper, the team also describes the evolution that they predict for galaxies, which includes a lot more detailed simulations.
The simulation is being conducted at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, and will continue to evolve in the coming years.
“This is just the beginning,” said Dyson.
“These results are going to tell us a lot about how our universe evolved in the past.
This is not the first study that shows that we’re evolving rapidly, and there’s a lot that we don’t know about the universe at all.
This paper is a great step forward in our understanding of how things work.”
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