• nothing
  • Isn't the saying "space,time". I find it hard to believe nothing, it's more likely, nothing WE understand.
  • More space...
  • According to current theories, there is no "beyond space". It is believed that wherever you are in the universe, it looks about like it does here. Stars, galaxies, clusters of galaxies as far as the telescope can see. Maybe it wraps around, so that if you go far enough you get back to where you started - or maybe not. But whichever it is, it all looks about the same.
  • Anything.. it could turn up to be anything to be hnonest. like nothing can everyend. and if it space did end .. what would it be? like in the old times they thought that the earth was flat .. could space turn out to be like that? we would fall off the edge? but then where would you go after that? into something else.. more space. or nothingness, obviously you would die anyways because you wouldnt be able to get there with enough food and so on.. but still.
  • Not to sound funny here but more space.
  • According to the Bible, I believe Heaven is beyond.
  • Infinity of space
  • I tend to believe that space is infinite. When I was a kid, I saw a cartoon of "Bugs Bunny" trapped in that white room that echos and goes on forever; he walked to one side of the television, and came out the other, thus making the white space able to go on forever. I believe that the same concept is true for real "outer-space".
  • We do not know. I can say, however that the Voyager 1 and 2 probes are working on that as we speak... Here is some more information on this interesting 30+ year mission!
  • no one even knows if space ends or not so...we will just have to keep wondering! :(
  • more space.
  • God's home !!!
  • Mathematically, it looks as if hyperspace, or Higgs space, is beyond normal spacetime. Think of the universe as a four dimensional bubble, one of many, although probably not an infinite number, of bubbles, each with a different set of universal laws and constants. Some won't even have matter in them. Some will be pure gravitation. But other universes with other you's in them? Not likely.
  • "I don't really think that the end can be assessed as of itself as being the end because what does the end feel like? It's like saying when you try to extrapolate the end of the universe, you say, if the universe is indeed infinite, then how - what does that mean? How far is all the way, and then if it stops, what's stopping it, and what's behind what's stopping it? So, what's the end, you know, is my question to you." --David St. Hubbins

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