Nature is one of the earth where humans live. but on the other earth there was a lot of other realms save the phenomena and some unique and bizarre events. 7 The events following the Universe Version 7Top Ranking.
1. Inter-Galactic Collisions
Apparently the galaxy was able to "eat" each other. Even more surprising is the Andromeda galaxy is moving toward our Milky Way galaxy. The image above is a simulation of Andromeda and our galaxy collisions, which will take place in about 3 billion years.
Quasar glow at the edge of the universe that we can see. Quasars release energy equivalent to the energy of hundreds of galaxies combined. It may be that quasars are very large black hole in the hearts of distant galaxies. The image above is quasar Imonnet.
3. Dark Matter (Dark Matter)
Scientists believe that dark matter (dark matter) is the largest constituent of the universe, but can not be seen and detected directly by current technology. Neotrino candidates ranging from heavy to invisible black holes. If dark matter really exists, we must still require a better knowledge of gravity to explain this phenomenon.
4. Gravity waves (Gravity Waves)
Gravitational waves are distorting the fabric of space-time predicted by Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity. Wave propagates in the speed of light, but weak enough so that scientists expect to detect only through colossal cosmic events. LIGO and LISA are two detectors designed to observe these elusive waves.
5. Vacuum Energy
Quantum physics tells us that contrary to appearances, empty space is bubble made of subatomic particles "virtual" who are constantly created and destroyed. The particles that occupy each cubic centimeter of space with a certain energy, based on the theory of general relativity, produces an anti-gravitational force makes more space to expand. Until now no one really knows the cause of the expansion of the universe.
6. Mini Black Hole
If the theory of gravity "braneworld" radically new and proven correct, then scattered thousands of mini black holes in our solar system, each about the size of the atomic nucleus. Unlike black holes in general, these mini black holes are the remnants of the Big Bang and affect space and time in different ways.
Neutrinos are elementary particles are massless and uncharged that can penetrate the metal surface. Some neutrinos are through you while reading this article. Particles "phantom" was produced in the core of stars and supernova explosions. The detector is placed beneath the surface of the earth, under the sea, or into a large chunk of ice as part of IceCube, a special project to detect the presence of neutrinos.