The Future is nigh
In Today's World, The Andromeda Galaxy and The Milky Way Galaxy (our galaxy) are two separate, neighboring galaxies. However, this fact will not always be so. For one day, these two galaxies will fuse and become one. This fusion shalt occur in about 4.5 Billion Years from now. The name of this new galaxy is Andromilky. It is believed that when the collision occurs, there will not be much of any notable changes to the daily lives of things that have Aloha; only that the night sky will look very different than it does not here within The Milky Way Galaxy. No major celestial explosion will occurs, it will be a very long and drawn-out fusion of these two galaxies into one. The differences will not be noticed in the lifetime of a single generation of man or even 3 or 4 or more generation of humanity. Kind of how we do not notice that the moon is gradually drifting further and further away from Earth as the millions of years pass on. The fusion will not be noticeable unless, for example, a person of Today's World, were to jump into the future, 4.5 Billion Years from now and observe the difference between the night sky of Today and The night sky of those times to come. Final note: The fusion is going to occur due to the gravity of both galaxies pulling each other together. Someday, one with Aloha will perhaps be able to witness Andromilky.
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