the human brain cant understand what is outside the universe because it is not in time or space, is not causally conditioned, and is not based on math or the laws of physics, but it exists
- Anonymous1 month ago
Well that's just a wild assertion. Is it possible something like that is true? Yeah, but possible isn't actual. That's a fallacy, it's not evidence.
- giginotgigiLv 71 month ago
The brain is the agent to do thinking and collecting experience for future movement. It can only handle all information around us but the imagination can create hypotheses for us to seek - that would help us to investigate even outside the universe. So far, no one has reach the outside of the universe - all knowledge about outside uiverse are unprovable yet.
- billLv 41 month ago
There are theories based on there being only dark energy in existence and then there was a whisper where space and time came into existence and then matter. Not sure if it fits philosophy or rather scientific supposition.
- 1 month ago
A very interesting question. This is called as true and modern philosophy. Yes we dont know nor can we understand anything about outside our Universe. Bcoz we are in a different dimenision then that of what exists outside our Universe or probably our solar system itself. God has cut off us from the puzzle though some suceeded in knowing that our earth is not flat but spherical in shape and the sun does not move around earth but our earth moves around the sun. Such puzzles can be solved by some but nobody can dare to solve anything beyond our solar system. NOBODY. Have some respect for God for giving us this precious life or else we would never exist.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Philosophy question? Where? You haven't asked a question. Apparently your brain cannot fathom how to compose an interrogative sentence. All you've done is make a statement about something that is unknowable. . FAIL. Try again.
- Chris AncorLv 71 month ago
How do you know it exists?
- keerokLv 71 month ago
How can the human understand what happens outside the universe when it can't even fathom most everything that happens inside?
- Jimmy CLv 71 month ago
Cosmologists and astrophysicists seem to understand it but it is hard to comprehend. Their knowledge is based on maths and physics, which is how the date of 13.8 billion years ago for the Big Bang was arrived at.
The thing I have difficulty with is that there was nothing. Then from a miniscule point of nothing, everything exploded into the whole universe with planets and everything. Space is still expanding.
The hardest thing to understand I think is the concept of nothing. We always imagine space going on forever, and time going on forever, but before the big bang there was no space or time.