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The Universe



The philosophical question "What is the meaning of life?" means different things to different people. It is widely considered a 'false question' as 'meaning' is believed to be something outside reality or at least outside our possible knowledge. The vagueness of the query is inherent in the word "meaning", which opens the question to many interpretations, such as: "What is the origin of life?", "What is the nature of life (and of the universe in which we live)?", "What is the significance of life?", "What is valuable in life?", and "What is the purpose of, or in, (one's) life?".

Thus, the question "What is the origin of life?" is answered in the sciences in the areas of abiogenesis (for the origins of biological life) and cosmogeny (for the origins of the universe). Both of these areas are quite hypothetical, cosmogeny because no existing physical model can accurately describe the very early universe (the instant of the Big Bang), and abiogeneis because the environment of the young earth is not known.

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If The Universe can be infinite in size how many levels above infinite could it be assuming that each new level would be distinctly higher and different from each other as they are to Infinity? Could it be 10 levels, 10,000 levels, even 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 levels?