• Question: What is outside the universe?

    Asked by catholic to Amy, Andy, Georgia, Ollie on 22 Jun 2011.
    • Photo: Ollie Russell

      Ollie Russell answered on 22 Jun 2011:


      No one really knows. If i had a guess Id say there will be just a service station that sell maps and Dr. Pepper

    • Photo: Amy Reeve

      Amy Reeve answered on 22 Jun 2011:


      Nothing?!

      I don’t know but i like to think the universe is a marble like in Men in Black 😀

    • Photo: Andy MacLeod

      Andy MacLeod answered on 22 Jun 2011:


      As far as understand things, Time and Space are integral parts of the universe, and both were created at the big bang, and the universe contains all that there is. So according to some definitions, there is nothing outside the universe.

      But physicists have never let things like mere ‘words’ or ‘definitions’ stand in the way of their ideas. Some think there’s a whole bunch of universes, all existing alongside each other. This makes my head hurt to think about it (lots of physics does that), but James’ answer to a previous question might help.

      WHAT EXISTED BEFORE THE BIG BANG. DID TIME EXIST?, DID LIGHT SPONTANIOUSLY APPEAR AS SOON AS THE BIG BANG OCCURED??!!

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