What was here before your universe?
actually there was nothing before our universe . suddenly there was a big blast called big bang and matter came into extistance. hope satisfied you.
According to most religions God is independent of this universe (he existed before the universe and he created the universe). Many religions consider God to be omnipresent, so he is everywhere (including on earth, so he did not come here from outer space) at all times. So most religions would probably say that God is not an ET.
It probably will not exist forever. The fact is, we know very little about how the universe came into being, what conditions might have existed "before", or if the idea of "before" could have any meaning in this context. And we don't know enough about conditions in the here-and-now to make any generally valid predictions about what might occur in the distant future.
There is no end. They Universe is always expanding due to the big bang. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No, the Universe actually closes in on itself. If you left from here in any direction, and you went far enough and fast enough, you would arrive right back here. In any case, the Universe does not have any boundaries.
No one knows for sure. There are theories, but absolutely none of them can be proved, and I doubt we will ever find out. The universe is expanding firther into what was here before the big bang. Basically, nothing. The universe isn't expanding like a balloon blowing up; the universe is already there, but the objects inside it are spreading out constantly (black holes, stars, galaxies, etc.) The universe isn't expanding; the objects inside are…
Everything around us is is the universe. From you to the very edge of known space is the universe. It's simultaneously right here and everywhere else. If your question was how distant is the edge of the universe, there is no answer to that because the universe is constantly expanding and the edge is always rocketing away from our position.
We believe that the "universe" we experience is about 14.5 billion years old. That assumes a LOT; that the fundamental physical principles that we have figured out in the here-and-now also applied in the there-and-way-back-when, that fundamental constants like the speed of light and the planck constant haven't changed, and dozens of other things. (For all we know, God really did take six days to create the universe 6000 years ago and just created an…
According to modern science, energy created the universe in the Big Bang 13.7 billion years ago since energy cannot be created or destroyed. Energy existed before matter, space, and time. Energy is also causing the expansion and acceleration of the universe. We can say with certainty that energy is eternal and existed even before the universe and will outlast the universe.
"Where else did matter come from? If matter has no beginning and always existed, then matter must be god", this is a sentence you sometimes here religious people say in the defence of their belief. But if god is matter, it is bind by laws of nature, like all matter is. But laws of nature don't allow such thing as god. He would have to exist in some place of the Universe, since there is…