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 What do you believe about the origin of the universe
 The existential matter of the universe was always here 0 0%
 The universe spontaneously generated out of nothing 1 25%
 The universe was created 1 25%
 The universe originated out of some possibility between those others 2 50%
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This is to depict 2 concepts at once and then bring into the discussion how they relate. First of the concepts involves how and why a star, similar to ours, in formation develops its various fields, not forgetting time as one of those dimensions that involve the star's formation.
 
The second involves the following as a concept for a "Theory Of Everything."
 
This amounts to what I think I mentioned in the past about a 19 dimensional theory that is 11 + 1 + 7. It also involves the supersymmetry in the classic sense of particle-antiparticle, so if we seperate the 2 opposing sub-universes away from the 3 compacted, expanded and restorative vector dimensions, opposed to the 1, or scalar, dimensions. I also depicted, if I recall, that the above dimensions collapse into the first of the 7 dimensions of existential taxonomy.

1. Mass
2. State
3. Motion
4. Time
5. Relativity
6. Collectivity
7. Autonomy

are the current descriptors. You should be able to see this not as against the mainstream. It is wading in it always observing.
What I have always found interesting is that from this emerges a model very much like strings, yet different because, like the Casimir effect, it points to the superparticles developing around infinite forces. Different even further is the evolution of not only a single particle, but a stream of expanding then collapsing particles produced by infinite forces and returned by the same infinite forces. If such a frame, or pulse, of existence is to satisfy the accepted cosmologic constant, it would define the smallest increment of time, or the cosmological second, to be 10 ^-43 of our seconds. We can factor Planck Time into this with some degree of adjustment to the period of that so-dubbed cosmological second.

An antiuniverse would be everything a finite universe would not be. It would be infinite for one. It would seem natural that a neutral universe would be needed to interface to opposing universes. So A universe, likely Big Bang, a Biverse, likely time driven, or Triverse, likely autonomy driven. In my opinion, the triverse satisfies Occam's Rasor and the others don't completely.

So in all that there is room for whether this universe created itself, was always there, was created or some combination of all three.

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The universe is a hairball. It was created by Fritz the Cat. :P Einstein said the universe was like a plate of spaghetti. Still, you don't want to know what transpired between him and Elsa to bring about that idea.

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This is a concept associated wih gravity.
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The universe is a hairball. It was created by Fritz the Cat. :P Einstein said the universe was like a plate of spaghetti. Still, you don't want to know what transpired between him and Elsa to bring about that idea.
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