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    Whats at the edge of the Universe!!!

    well...whats at the edge of the universe?

    im guessing it merges into another universe, and there are clouds of universes, and clouds of clouds of universes, just like galaxy's and stars

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    THE UNIVERSE, is a term for everything there is no edge to everything.
    "For once maybe someone will call me sir without adding your making a scene." Homer J Simpson

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    rubbish unless ur talking about 5th dimension coz that just scares me
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    OK, Steven Hawking put's it something like this. You have to think of the universe like the surface of a baloon no matter witch way you go on it you will end up where you started, only in 3 dimensions. Strange but probably true.
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    yeh my dad told me that, but on a balloon u would be walking around in 2d really, its hard to imagine the theory in 3d
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    Damn, and here I was thinking there was a restaurant at the end of the universe.

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    who knows, perhaps there is
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    I agree it is very hard if not impossible to imagine the surface of a baloon in 3d. And it only gets wierder from then on. Try reading Stephen Hawkings Books "A Breif History of Time" and "The Universe in a Nutshell".

    Laurence.
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    i've seen those books but i always end up being 3d books instead
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    MozMan I was joking about a book. I don't actually believe that.

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