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What is the nature of the universe?

where does it come from? of what it is made? how did it come to exist?
Question asked by: yureaka

Asked on: 14 Mar 2010

Where the universe comes from no-one really knows.

It could be that a God or other creator made the world, or it could be that it 'came from nothing' through a big bang which is the scientific explanation for the universe (thought it could be from a black hole, a bubble, or some other creation event in the history of the multiverse).

For those of faith and those of a scientific nature - the two don't overlap much now - the answers to this question are going to be radically different.

By: daveyc
Replied at: 14 Mar 2010
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