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Matter, which comprises the stars, planets, asteroids, comets, etc., is only 0.4% of the observable universe. If we include interstellar gases, matter makes up about 4.6% of the universe.

The majority of the universe is then made up of dark energy and dark matter, both of which are postulated forms of energy that explains an expanding model of the universe and gravitational fluctuations between galaxies etc.

We are extraordinarily insignificant.