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(...)I could suggest that the universe (space if you like) has always existed and has always been infinite, and our Big Bang might have been one unremarkable event in a landscape of the greater universe where big bang events are commonplace.
You opened my eyes. I was blind but now I see. Or do I? I could go blind again. Thanks for stopping by. Hell, let's turn this into an endless discussion!
How 'bout this? This universe could be - - - one of the three hearts of God, which powers Him, giving him more energy, forwhy He feeds on our aura, and auras of many, many aliens. That is why the anthropic principle stands for something, talking about Hamlet being bounded in a nut-shell, together with You and me. Man, you really inspire me!
…Or time is linear; so how could it "always" be there, the greater universe, I mean? What you suggest is closer to timelessness likewise eternity, something that hasn't been observed - - - as of yet. Hmm.
(...) very philosophical I’d admit.
What dimension are you on already?
Too philosophical I'd admit. But, sometimes I do have my moments. ...
Logically, life abounds throughout the landscape of the greater universe, but is separated by such vast distances that detection and general confirmation of extraterrestrial life has not yet occurred
Are you sure?
I saw Klingons on my TV. Allow me to explain by quoting J.K. Rowling :“Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?” If emotional content is strong, and if your eyes see Klingons, does that mean that you have no emotions and that you are actually blind to extraterrestrial life?! If it feels real, it is real, from your perspective.
Earth, likewise the universe that you're viewing from the Hubble Space Telescope, are you sure that 'tis not a holographic simulation, that is to say, 3D TV, in which characters have AI or consciousness, a 3D television watched by God?
Maybe there is greater universe, but, are we truly part of it and, what does it mean to us, other than being imprisoned in a holographic universe that fits in God's 3D TV?
If an imperfect life form is looking for perfection likewise a perfect world with no beginning or end, his strive is misplaced and he fights a struggle he cannot possibly win, be it humility or megalomania.
God and heaven or greater universe is the only thing that makes sense, that is to say, true meaning could only be found in the afterlife: an unexplored dimension, the world of the dead, aside for near-death experiences that are deficient. Are you truly prepared to venture that far? Of course you are: death is inevitable, when energy of the deceased takes another form. There are a lot of question unanswered, to many, whilst those answered did not make us very happy. Sorry man. I am in a bad mood today . . .