Scientists have discovered that the universe isn't is a big as previously thought. Suspicions started when a NASA satellite crashed into a large reflective surface found out in the Andromeda system. Many believed that a short circuit in the vessel had caused it to explode.
However, the issue was put to bed when a being identifying himself as "God" communicated with scientists in Houston Texas. The self-proclaimed "God" revealed in a four-hour Q & A session that the universe doesn't expand for light years, but has simply been made to look bigger through a series of mirrors placed strategically around the galaxies.