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No Empty Space Beyond Our Universe

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 20, 2002 19:55:34 UTC

infinity beyond the reaches of the Universe***

This quote from your post suggests that you think the universe is matter expanding in empty space.

Not so. The space itself is expanding and the universe incorporates all space. There s no space outside our universe, except perhaps in another universe that is also expanding, actually many, many more.

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