Space has always been there. It is empty of everything. Except galaxies, stars, comets, planets, dust clouds and so on.
And possibly this, but scientists can’t actually find it.
Maybe it’s under the sofa.
Steady state theory
This suggests that nothing changes very much in the universe. West Ham fans tend to subscribe to this.
This says space is getting bigger all the time. Which would be why our bathroom lino no longer quite reaches the walls.
A phrase uttered at regular intervals by Mr Spock in Star Trek to give the impression he is more intelligent than anyone else. Scientists have picked up on this trick.
These are holes in space, which essentially means they are places where, instead of nothing, there is nothing.
Dried food for astronauts has unfortunate after-effects.
Space lentil. Responsible for solar wind.
How you feel if you eat an uncooked pulsar.
A brief history of time
Demonstration of relativity. What appears to be a short book is, once you start it, revealed to be so long that no one has ever got to the end.
“A brief history of time.”
Slamming “A Brief History of Time” shut.
The outlandish notion that one day fibres could somehow be woven together to form a sort of twine that may possibly in the far-distant future be used to tie things.
Cosmologist cartoon hero
Giving your copy of “A Brief History of Time” to a jumble sale.