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The intense, seminal event that created the cosmos churned up so much hot, thick gas that light was completely trapped. Much later – perhaps as many as one billion years after the Big Bang – the universe expanded, became more transparent, and eventually filled up with galaxies, planets, stars, and other objects that give off visible light. That’s the universe we know today.

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How it emerged from the cosmic dark ages to a clearer, light-filled state remains a mystery.

In a new study, researchers at the University of Iowa offer a theory of how that happened. They think black holes that dwell in the center of galaxies fling out matter so violently that the ejected material pierces its cloudy surroundings, allowing light to escape. The researchers arrived at their theory after observing a nearby galaxy from which ultraviolet light is escaping. (1)

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Light came from darkness. With the help of black holes the cosmos filled with light. The creation was full of darkness. Light is the result of destruction…

Let there be light said God.

And Satan rejoiced…

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