Nything beyond the known universe boundaries?

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In summary, the conversation discusses the possibility of there being more universes beyond our observable one, and whether there are other galaxies, stars, and matter outside of our own universe. Some suggest that the expansion of our universe could be caused by external forces, potentially from other big bangs outside of our own. This theory does not require any new forces or laws, and it suggests that humanity's place in the grand scheme of things may be smaller than previously thought.
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From all of the universies we have recorded or charted is there anything beyond that. Is there just more universes or just matter.
 
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Probably more universe is beyond our visible universe. That is, matter, galaxies, stars, etc.
 
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Originally posted by Viper
From all of the universies we have recorded or charted is there anything beyond that. Is there just more universes or just matter.
Just as a clarification, by definition there is only one universe that we know of. And by definition anything outside of it is not observable. Do you mean "galaxies"?
 
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Originally posted by Eh
Probably more universe is beyond our visible
universe. That is, matter, galaxies, stars, etc.
Indeed. Now, it is possible that this
goes on to infinity or that it "curves in"
on itself and you return to your
original location. It is also
possible there is a "limmit" but since
the exapnsion is faster than c - you
can never reach it.

Live long and prosper.
 
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one possable explanation for the accelleraration of expanshion, is stuff outside our big bang bubble pulling our stuff outward ever faster
this requires other big bangs outside of ours
but many think a big bang is a local event
so why not many instead of only one.

btw this requres NO NEW FORCES to account for the accellaration or new laws
to be formed

and makes mans place smaller in the general scheme once again
 

1. What lies beyond the known universe boundaries?

The answer to this question is currently unknown. The known universe is defined as the observable universe, which is the part of the universe that we can see with our current technology. It is estimated to be about 93 billion light-years in diameter. Anything beyond this boundary is currently beyond our ability to observe or study.

2. Is there an edge to the universe?

Based on current scientific theories and observations, there is no evidence to suggest that the universe has an edge. The universe is thought to be infinite and ever-expanding, with no specific boundary or edge.

3. Are there other universes beyond our own?

This is a topic of ongoing scientific research and debate. Some theories, such as the multiverse theory, suggest that there may be other universes beyond our own. However, there is currently no solid evidence to support the existence of other universes.

4. Can we ever reach beyond the known universe boundaries?

As of now, our current technology and understanding of the laws of physics do not allow us to travel beyond the known universe boundaries. However, scientists continue to explore and develop new technologies and theories that may one day make it possible to reach beyond these boundaries.

5. What mysteries lie beyond the known universe?

There are many mysteries and unanswered questions about the universe that lie beyond the known boundaries. These may include the nature of dark matter and dark energy, the possibility of other forms of life, and the ultimate fate of the universe. As our understanding and technology continue to advance, we may be able to uncover some of these mysteries in the future.

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