First post in the Physic forum, the thread title are the words that really get on my nerves. I have the following questions. a) Cosmologists say the universe started at a singularity, there for there is a point where the universe started to expand from, if you could look at the singularity after 1.0 X 10-34 sec after big bang, you could see a point where everything is moving away from, how come now we cannot find this point? b) Hubbles law says farther galaxies are moving away faster relative to us? Does this mean we are not expanding and that everything else is expanding away form us? See diagram below A B C D Milky way is galaxy A, after a few billionths of a sec A ---------->B----------> C-----------> D all the other galaxies have moved away from us, and this is how I was taught the universe is expanding. In this diagram galaxy A has not moved at all, but everything else has moved away. Which leaves me wondering why are we not expanding and if we are and I could put a galaxy X into the diagram so it looks like this, we are only moving away from galaxy X, and even though BCD are expanding away from us we are also expanding in their same direction. This is why 2D models of universal expansion will never make sense to me and I need someone to really help me grasp this X------------>A---------->B------------>C----------->D Physcists talk about a Multiverse, few questions, if thee is a multiverse would all these "verses" make on big UNIVERSE? also if there is a multiverse, anyone who says the universe is everything and it cannot be expanding into anything is WRONG! if there are other universes like ours, that would mean there is something outside of our universe that we are expanding into. Why cant there be an edge to the universe, if the universe is a sphere and is expanding in all directions, like the earth is a sphere. Than there would have to be an edge, just like on earth the atmosphere is the edge, where gravity stops and astronauts experience 0 gravity.