Endless but with 'edges' sounds like some sort of koan.
A circle or sphere is that way though.
How about a Klein bottle?
It hard to wrap our minds that outside of everything is nothing because I could think of infinity without my brain exploding but not an outside out of everything.
String theory says 21 dimensions all curled up tightly and that gravity is weak in our 3-d world only because most of the power of gravity 'leaks' into these other dimensions.
Moebius Strip knot theory:
No math please - just ideas.
What is outside the cube or sphere or the hyperbole to give shape to it?
What gives shape to the universe?
In fact, what do you mean by universe?
21Dimensions? What is meant by 'dimension'? The dimensions are mutually perpendicular, so can there be more than three? How can a dimension curle? Does length or breadth or height curle?
This model of the universe has aroused my curiosity. It's not such a bone-headed idea. A worthy member indeed. I see where you are coming from. I will have to think long and hard about this one.
Well, I know of one tiny dot in the universe that's in pretty bad "shape."
I like to think the universe is in the shape of a trapezoid. Just because I like the word trapezoid.
I sometimes think there is sense to Men in Black, everybody is smaller than larger creatures who are smaller than even larger ones, and it goes on and on. When you get into that track, you get too tired to think about who is the largest and what universe enshrouds this largest one and what shape that universe is, much less what shape the largest is.
I did, however, like the talking dog in that movie.
I forgot where i read it but the 'experts' say no but then I found this from 2010: "The universe is born from the interior of an Einstein-Rosen black hole could avoid problems seen by scientists with the Big Bang theory and the black hole information loss problem which claims all information about matter is lost as it goes over the event horizon (in turn defying the laws of quantum physics)" - http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 … 172648.htm
for those who don't understand time-space curvature, I recommend "Flatland" written in 1884.
Multiverses are not within each other but "next" to each other like this:
Nobody really know for sure .... interesting pictures though..
by Robert pires 8 years ago
is it a reality or just an hypothetical concept????
by dutchman1951 8 years ago
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by effilnuc 7 years ago
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by Denise 24 months ago
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by BakerRambles 7 years ago
Does cause really cause the effect, or does the effect create the cause? Is time truly relevant, or do humans simply bash their heads from the questions of life that are truly over our heads theoretically speaking.
by SparklingJewel 10 years ago
on the religion forum I was describing what I thought was quantum physics...that the universe is accelerating and expanding in a spiral. Is that quantum or something else or combination of things...?
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