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If the universe is expanding - what is it expanding into?

what is THAT space called
and why isn't it part of the universe now?

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    Jul 24 2012: The universe is a gigantic lifeform that is still growing.

    We're all universes, every lifeform is a universe in which tiny lifeform will emerge on the atomic level, it's just a big fractal with no beginning and no end. In which time laps is inversely proportional to the scale of the mass.

    So during a few minutes of your time, entire civilizations are born and die on the atomic level. One thousand years for us would represent only a few seconds on the universe's being scale. And this being is also on another atomic level for something even bigger.

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