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[H]ow is it possible for space, which is utterly empty, to expand? How can nothing expand?

Marcus Chown (1993)

If electrons and quarks―and thus atoms and people―are a consequence of the way space-time tangles up on itself, we could at least take comfort in knowing at last that we truly are at one with the universe.

Davide Castelvecchi (2006)