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Universe
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Contents
1 Definition
2 Etymology
2.1 Synonyms
3 Chronology and the Big Bang >> There likely was no Big Bang that started the universe from nothing. The universe likely always existed and always will.
4 Properties
4.1 Shape
4.2 Size and regions
4.3 Age and expansion >> The universe is likely not expanding at all or not much.
4.4 Spacetime >> Space and time are aspects of motion. The term "spacetime" may be a misnomer.
5 Contents
5.1 Dark energy >> Dark energy is an idea based on the assumption that gravity is the primary force in the universe. Charge is likely the primary force.
5.2 Dark matter >> Dark matter is a similar idea based on the same false assumption.
5.3 Ordinary Matter >> Matter is likely formed from photons.
5.4 Particles >> Particles are matter just above the stage of photons.
5.4.1 Hadrons
5.4.2 Leptons
5.4.3 Photons >> Photons have radius, mass and real spin.
6 Cosmological models >> ...
6.1 Model of the Universe based on general relativity >> Most such models are erroneous.
6.2 Multiverse hypothesis >> Facts of the universe are dependent on conscious intelligence.
6.3 Fine-tuned Universe
7 Historical development >> Science has been largely corrupted by religion, antireligion, and other intentional fraud.
7.1 Mythologies >> Myths were likely based on real observations of mostly cataclysmic phenomena in the solar system.
7.2 Philosophical models
7.3 Astronomical concepts
8 See also
9 References
10 Bibliography
11 External links

The Universe can be defined as everything that exists, everything that has existed, and everything that will exist.[19][20][21] According to our current understanding, the Universe consists of spacetime, forms of energy (including electromagnetic radiation and matter), and the physical laws that relate them. The Universe encompasses all of life, all of history, and some philosophers and scientists suggest that it even encompasses ideas such as mathematics and logic.[22][23][24]


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