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If there's an end point, WHAT'S OUTSIDE IT? :o

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yeah,
how and where would it stop?

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Mads Mads

In response to “yeah, how and where would it stop?

It could just loop back on itself and go on forever that way.

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saturnlite88 saturnlite88

If there's an end point, WHAT'S OUTSIDE IT? :o

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Good question. The answer might disappoint you though. The problem is there is no "outside" of the universe. There is no "where". What we know as space (Length, width, depth, even time) are all products of our universe. If you traveled in a straight line forever, you'd never reach the end, and eventually end up back where you started very tired, upset, and confused. Imagine a 2 dimensional drawing trying to walk off the edge of the earth. He'd become disheartened and probably start overeating to cope with it...

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Anonymous

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I'm with you on this - I know the universe is infinite, whatever the hell that means (don't think about it... don't think about it... don't think - GAHHH *boom*) - but what do you mean, they're products of our universe? Because we invented the terms, as in, they don't exist, technically, outside our heads?

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You're referring to a Close, Open, or Flat Universe. Lots of good, surprisingly interesting material on the matter. Read "A Brief History of Nearly Everything" by Bill Bryerson. Its fun to read, funny, and will answer this question better than I can

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