Oooo... and another great mystery (that I love) is the phenomenon of the speed of light slowing down over time! That is, using the same test as they did in the 1700's: specific distance, synchronized watches and you'll find that the speed of light slows by 1% every 100 years. In the 300 years of records, the speed of light has slowed 3%. It was discovered by the on of the moons of Jupiter reflection off Jupiter (I think). While that is interesting, what's amazing is that in ~1956 it stopped (sort of) because they no longer measured it that way but turned to the cycles of a specific atom (cesium?) as the clock for the light and distance part, and it has never changed. But if you do the light/distance/time test today, it is still slowing. So, what's going on? If the phenomenon is not present when using atoms, does this mean that all the atoms in the universe are also slowing down at the same rate as light travel? Hmmm... something to think about.