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Yes,,,,,,it looks like you agree!
The mainstream has theorized that time and space began at the BB. That assumes nothing exists outside our Universe.
But it's still incorrect to claim that mainstream science says that there isn't anything outside of the universe, which is how you started your post.
I did know of a chap who claimed to be a theoretical botanist, but I think that was just a line he used to chat-up ladies.
jp, the mainstream claims the Universe has no center because space and time were created at the BB therefore nothing could exist outside our space/time.
Whatever jp, who cares. It's not pertinent to the issue.
The mainstream has theorized that time and space began at the BB. That assumes nothing exists outside our Universe. Since we know nothing about where the energy came from to create our Universe, and it had to come from someplace, we can't claim to know anything past the fact that something supplied that energy. Since we know that certain collisions of EM creates matter why wouldn't we think the energy was electromagnetic in nature?
Ok pepper, our electrons have a diameter something like vern's. The electrons that could have created our Universe are trillions of times larger than our Universe.