# What is outside of the universe?

what is outside of the universe?

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God.

Dj KHALID

a black wholes

Type 5 civilizations

true vacuum

Are you stupid?

Gohan Blanco.

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goblinos

atheist: I can live with that

Nothing, by definition. That's like asking what's beyond infinity. There's nothing beyond infinity, it's infinite and there's no larger number by definition.

the universe is infinite despite us not knowing if it even is
I want to argue but thinking and looking through theories just gives me a headache

You need to define "universe," because the standard definition necessitates that there is no "outside" in the first place: if we discovered something that exists outside spacetime then our understanding of the universe is expanded to include that new suff, just like we no longer think our planet, solar system, or galaxy is the entire universe today.

So I'll try to guess at what you MIGHT mean:
Outside the observable universe is more universe that looks and acts exactly the same... probably.

Outside spacetime in some kind of multiverse theory is who-the-fuck-knows. Cosmic foam I guess? Or maybe it's the computer running the simulation. Or maybe it's the Godhead who's dreaming us up.

Probably remnants of the stuff that existed before the big bang.

There is no outside.
Once you stop visualizing it as a balloon inside some other larger space, you might begin to get it.

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How is there supposed to be an outside to that which houses all that exists?

$\mathcal{U}^\complement$ obviously

Something else

"outside this universe?" "our universe?"
The multiverse?

The other universe.

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We're all just in your mom's vagina.

With plenty of spare room.

the our galaxy and our universe is just a light show

Amy Wong = hot

"So there really are multiple universes?!"
"No, just the two."

There's no outside, the universe is everything

Yeah but what's outside everything?

everything else

Does everything else exist?

exist as in air? no. exist as in water? yes.

You lost me there.

there's no outside learn to read

Me.

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Tacos mostly, it takes a supreme level of mexigineering to teleport them back to Earth. That's why authentic tacos are so much better than homemade and fast food.

The universe doesnt exsist, only thought.

If there's no outside, then does the universe contain the whole of existence?

reality?

Heaven.

muh dick

The parallel universe where everyone has cowboy hats.

Too slow

To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand what's outside the Universe...

Man, I miss Futurama.

but can we actually talk about multiverse theories?

I'm reading Tegmark's "Our Mathematical Universe" and now I'm pretty convinced there is an infinite number of universes where I'm sucking dick for crack/dying by lion attack

our universe a time atome ago

The magnetic head of my hard drive

The astral plane.

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Why do brainlets post on this board?

This is a good question. Look at this image I made in MSPAINT.EXE.

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the universe is not an 'inside' to which 'outside' can exist in relation to

ur all a bunch of gay fucking nerds

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Why do i have the feeling you're underage?

Because you are easily offended by different opinions.

For asking clarification of what the OP means by "universe"? That's a pretty fucking important point since he's obviously using a nonstandard definition to ask that question in the first place: otherwise his question can be reworded as "What part of the universe exists outside the universe?"

Or maybe it's because your "opinion" focuses on semantics, and you prefer to close the conversation and not think.

This is just my speculation, but that "nothingness" between particles and planets is what also lies beyond the universe, since as far as the definition let's on, the universe is just all the matter and energy. If you stand at the edge and throw a baseball out, you've expanded the universe by that baseball throw. But you threw it out into that "nothingness" that surrounds everything.

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Case in point.

Seems more like you are just too dumb to understand the answer you were given.

The distance between 0 and 1 is infinite.
What's beyond 1?

The distance between 0 and 1 is infinite
What the hell kind of metric are you using fucktard