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What if question about the universe?


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It's possible that if our universe exists inside another than ours could possible take up the same amount of space in that outer universe in comparison as what an atom would take up in ours, we currently believe that the universe is finite, we know that in order for a vacuum to exist it has to have an outer "case" it's possible the case could be the matter from another universe pushing back on ours from at a greater mass, which makes it far more possible that it could be a much bigger universe, the fact that our universe could be the basic standard size for an average universe, some scientists believe that the big bang could have been born from a black hole, which would mean our universe just entered into the space it occupies now, making it more likely that all standard atoms, planets, stars and galaxies roughly follow the same standard size

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