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 So we have matter and we have energy. ​ The third thing we need to build a universe is space. ​ Lots of space. ​ You can call the universe many things – awesome, beautiful, violent – but one thing you can’t call it is cramped. ​ Wherever we look we see space, more space and even more space. ​ Stretching in all directions. ​ It’s enough to make your head spin.  So where could all this matter, energy and space come from? We had no idea until the twentieth century. So we have matter and we have energy. ​ The third thing we need to build a universe is space. ​ Lots of space. ​ You can call the universe many things – awesome, beautiful, violent – but one thing you can’t call it is cramped. ​ Wherever we look we see space, more space and even more space. ​ Stretching in all directions. ​ It’s enough to make your head spin.  So where could all this matter, energy and space come from? We had no idea until the twentieth century.
  
-The answer came from the insights of one man, probably the most remarkable scientist who has ever lived. ​ His name was Albert Einstein. ​ Sadly, I never got to meet him, since I was only thirteen when he died.  Einstein realized something quite extraordinary:​ that two of the main ingredients needed to make the universe – mass and energy – are basically the same thing, two sides of the same coin if you like.  His famous equation, E=mc<sub>2</sub> simply mean that mass can be thought of as a kind of energy, and vice versa. ​ So instead of three ingredients,​ we can now say that the universe has just two: energy and space. ​ So where did all this energy and space come from?  The answer was found after decades of work by scientists: space and time were spontaneously invented in an event we now called the Big Bang.+The answer came from the insights of one man, probably the most remarkable scientist who has ever lived. ​ His name was Albert Einstein. ​ Sadly, I never got to meet him, since I was only thirteen when he died.  Einstein realized something quite extraordinary:​ that two of the main ingredients needed to make the universe – mass and energy – are basically the same thing, two sides of the same coin if you like.  His famous equation, E=mc<sup>2</sup> simply mean that mass can be thought of as a kind of energy, and vice versa. ​ So instead of three ingredients,​ we can now say that the universe has just two: energy and space. ​ So where did all this energy and space come from?  The answer was found after decades of work by scientists: space and time were spontaneously invented in an event we now called the Big Bang.
  
 At the moment of the Big Bang, an entire universe came into existence, and with it, space. ​ It all inflated, just like a balloon being blow up. So where did all this energy and space come from? How does an entire universe full of energy, the awesome vastness of space and everything in it, simply appear out of nothing? At the moment of the Big Bang, an entire universe came into existence, and with it, space. ​ It all inflated, just like a balloon being blow up. So where did all this energy and space come from? How does an entire universe full of energy, the awesome vastness of space and everything in it, simply appear out of nothing?
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