Space is endless, I mean the 'real space' outside our universe. Our Universe is said to be about 13.7 billion years old but it is 150 billion years in Diameter. I don't want to get into all the specifics because it does my head in and truthfully I'm not that smart but if the big bang was to happen somewhere else in 'space' and spawn another universe what would make it different to our own universe? Would everything be the same? Would all the particles, atoms etc. etc. after the big bang (singularity) fly off in the same direction? Would everything be exactly the same? Does randomness and chance play a part in this? Is there another me writing this now or at another moment in time? Does me realizing there is multiple other me's in other universes let me change the path of destiny? Are some champions of string theory right in saying when two universes smash together they create another big bang and it starts all over again? Because of the vast distances involved in the above are these questions that may never be answered? I am an underground Diamond Driller, basically an uneducated labourer who is more than likely way out of his depth/comfort zone like a Hells Angels bikie who accidently finds his way into a Beijing Opera Concert. Cheers.