NO because outside of the universe has no landmass
There is no outside. Space and time are part of the Universe. The Universe encompasses all of space.
No, there is not there is no edge to the universe, and there is nothing outside of the universe. there just IS the universe.
The name Universe refers to all that there is in existence, therefore nothing can be outside it.
If there is indeed anything "outside of the Universe", science has no knowledge about it.
As far as we know - there is "no outside of the universe", so nothing.
We don't know what it's like outside the universe because the big bang caused the expansion of mass, so were pretty sure nothing happens outside the universe.
The absolute value becomes negative.
It simply means that the food in the middle of the rest of the food will be the hottest as the food on the outside is keeping it warm as the outside cools down.I hope this answer has been of much use.
A dimension is an alternate universe outside the one we're in.
they were formed by God, the creator of the universe and everything in it and outside it.
What is outside the universe.
Yep. Depends how you define "Universe". If it's EVERYTHING, then you can't get outside it, because all places are part of the "everything" thing.
Around a flame is the atmosphere, which is cooler. The part of a flame able to get the hottest, then, is the part in the middle that is most protected from the outside cold, so the middle part of the flame is hottest.
Nobody is sure what is outside the universe. Some say there is an unimaginable ocean of time in which new universes failing or succeeding. Some go with the multiuniverse theory and say there are other universes outside. Some have claimed that there are wormholes outside the universe, which lead where nobody knows. If we say outside a galaxy, it just means outer space.
the sun is at its hottest between 1:00pm - 3:00pm in the afternoon these are the times when you shouldn't be outside because you could get sun burn
The universe contains space and time. "Outside" the universe, there would be no space or time, and without these, nothing can exist.
The rest of the Universe?
Its the center because that is most protected from the outside elements.
The planets within the universe move, but tecnichally the universe cant move because the univese dominates everything. outside the atmosphere, every mm is part of the universe
You treat it as normal.
The domain would always be the set of all real numbers while the range depends on the sign outside the term in the absolute value and the other operations to be evaluated outside the absolute value term.
No one knows that because we have not explored outside the universe. If you are thinking about the galaxy, it looks like a straight line from Earth and a circular object from outside the galaxy.