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futurism.com/what-lies-beyond-the-edge-of-the-observable-universe

Feb 23, 2014 ... These 93 some-odd billion light-years contain all of the quarks, quasars, stars, planets, nebulae, black holes…and everything else that we could possibly observe; however, the observable universe only contains the light that has had time to reach us. A lot more universe exists beyond what we are able to ...

io9.com/5799335/five-weird-theories-of-what-lies-outside-the-universe

May 6, 2011 ... But some go a step further into the unknown (and probably unknowable), contemplating what lies outside the boundaries of our universe. ... Is it possible that something else exists beyond existence? Yes. ... We know with some certainty that there's "more universe" out there beyond that boundary, though.

www.space.com/33005-where-is-the-universes-edge-op-ed.html

May 27, 2016 ... The universe is expanding, but what's it expanding into? Nothing! Astrophysicist Paul Sutter explains this baffling concept, plus how the universe can expand but not have an edge. ... This Hubble extreme deep field image shows many galaxies outside the Milky Way. Credit: NASA; ESA; G. Illingworth, ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Exists+Beyond+the+Universe&v=ghaZf1ODia0
Sep 30, 2016 ... Scientists have found that the universe is expanding in all directions at once, but how can that be? And what is it ... So what is beyond the universe and/or what the universe is expanding into has to do with what time and infinity ultimately are and if there exists a multiverse or omniverse.. Read more.

web.utah.edu/astro/universe.html

The birth of the universe may have began with what is called the Big Bang. This gigantic explosion of pure energy started approximately 13.4 billion years ago. The image above shows a brief explanation of the time frame related to the expansion of the universe after the big bang. There has been no explanation of where ...

briankoberlein.com/2016/03/22/beyond-the-universe

Beyond The Universe. In Cosmology by Brian Koberlein 22 March 2016 21 Comments. The Universe is big. Really big. The observable universe extends from the Earth to the horizon of the cosmic microwave background. When the light of the cosmic background was emitted about 13.8 billion years ago it was only 42 ...

astronomy.stackexchange.com/questions/2137/what-is-the-name-of-that-which-exists-beyond-the-universe

Apr 9, 2014 ... By definition, the capitalized word Universe denotes everything there is, so even if we one day discovered we're just a part of a Multiverse, all the parallel universes of it would still be parts of the Universe as a whole, where Multiverse would just describe its nature. Or, if some yet undiscovered regions of it ...

www.livescience.com/33646-universe-edge.html

Jun 2, 2016 ... So if it's ballooning, what is it growing into? In other words, what is beyond the known universe? Defining this "beyond the universe" would imply that the universe has an edge. And that's where things get tricky, because scientists aren't certain if such a drop-off exists. The answer depends on how one views ...

www.robertlanzabiocentrism.com/did-an-outside-entity-create-the-universe

All nows, past, present and future, always have existed and will always exist, even though we can only listen to the songs one by one. Indeed, it's us, the observer, who create space and time (which is why, in a long series of experiments, they are relative to the observer). The universe is simply the spatio- temporal logic of ...