okay... i was thinking about the expansion of the universe... and i questioned, "what material is it expanding into? Nothing?"(What's outside of the universe?) So i decided to pick up 2 paper plates(and viewed them as universes... like from an extrospective universal view)... and i brainstormed a little... and i came to a couple of questions... What if the universe is spinning and what affects might this have on all scientific laws? Would the rate at which it's spinning effect anything at all? and also... if there are 2 universes... what would happen when they expand into each other... what would you see?... if you were near the edge of the universe when it reached the other universe... I don't think you'd even notice anything. Yeah you wouldn't.. It'd be impossible... you'd just think that the universe was bigger than you though it was before, because the light from that other universe would start to reach you. Or maybe that'd just be the only way to prove if it is true; the sudden appearance of light. NOTE: This is all hyopthetical, but please try and take me seriously! Any added questions or theories are welcomed! One other question... if all objects moved in synchronism, 'causing the illusion of no motion, would this do anything to time as we know it?