Space-Time Cheeseburger
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The mysteries of the cosmos never cease! What is dark matter? Are we alone in the universe? Is there such thing as a multiverse? And perhaps most baffling, what is the Space-Time Cheeseburger continuum?

Of course, we know that the Space-Time Cheeseburger continuum exists. Thanks to the Hubble Telescope, we've seen images of distant cheeseburgers 50-times the size of Earth. And we've learned that they exist on a fifth dimension all their own. But where do they come from?

Not even Einstein could posit an answer to this question. He said famously that the Space-Time Cheeseburger "is where God divided by zero, and then added cheese."

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