Okay, this has always hit me as somewhat of a deep thought subject, although me being...well - me. I've never really been arsed to do any deep thinking. So I'll outline the basics and let you let you get on your football boots, and play it out. A simply physics fact: Energy cannot be created, it can only be converted So. In that case, does our perception of time merely indicate the decaying of our bodies on this earth, and have absoloutley no relevance to the time span that 'space' has been here? I mean, if energy can only be converted, how did 'space' come about? What really bites my tongue is - Has space ALWAYS been here, or did an other energy of some sort create this? I mean. If there really was something before space, what was it? Where was it? How big might it have been?