The universe is a vast swath of time and space spread out over billions, if not trillions, of light-years' distance. So large is our universe, that we still cannot decipher or see everything that it has to offer. Nevertheless, within the visible universe, there are trillions of galaxies, sextillions of stars, septillions of planets, and octillions of moons. However, despite the huge quantity of outer space phenomena, what if God only created two planets that are currently inhabited throughout our universe? Furthermore, both planets are located at opposite ends of the universe and separated by many billions of light-years.
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