Lost In Space

Felicity Finch enters the bright, clean and remarkably peaceful world of self-storage, with its windowless metal rooms, numbered padlocked doors and aisles stretching to fill the space the size of a football pitch.

They are the 21st-century's sterilised, standardised, corporatised attics, potting sheds and garages - and just possibly the solution to a problem that has stumped physicists.

If the universe is expanding, why is there never enough space to keep your stuff?

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Felicity Finch enters the bright, clean and remarkably peaceful world of self-storage, with its windowless metal rooms, numbered padlocked doors and aisles stretching to fill the space the size of a football pitch.

They are the 21st-century's sterilised, standardised, corporatised attics, potting sheds and garages - and just possibly the solution to a problem that has stumped physicists.

If the universe is expanding, why is there never enough space to keep your stuff?