Since we can only see out into space (or back in time is it were) a finite distance,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

isn't it possible that our universe balloon is just part of a matrix of "balloons", and that there could be infinitely increasing levels of magnitude larger structures?

And in the opposite direction, couldn't there be smaller particles that make up the Boson et al, which in turn are also made up of smaller particles, etc, etc.?

How do we know what the limits are?

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# Infinite balloons?

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