Hi, I've read this article (http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/mystery_monday_040524.html), which says: "In the new study, researchers examined primordial radiation imprinted on the cosmos. Among their conclusions is that it is less likely that there is some crazy cosmic "hall of mirrors" that would cause one object to be visible in two locations. And they've ruled out the idea that we could peer deep into space and time and see our own planet in its youth." My understanding is that the Universe must have some kind of topology in Hyperspace. It was widely believed to be some kind of toroid, which would make the universe finite, but unbounded. Correct? If so, this new study says the topology is not toroidal, but then what is it? Does this mean now we can talk about the "edge" of the universe in whatever sense the new topology might imply? Thank you in advance for clearing up the confusion. Pavel.