Well time is sort of weird - by relativity, time slows down in areas of higher density - this is a well proven phenomena that we can see experimentally. Taking the density to its extreme you'd get to a point of infinite density and therefore infinite time. However it's doubtful that such a place actually physically exists - so the answer is, we have no idea what happens when things are that dense.
Hm, something that really gets me is that if a single law of physics, no, of science didn't exist, nothing would exist. That is what really makes me believe in God.
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I don't really understand the statement. I don't know a single law without which you can't have a universe.
Changing of a particular law might change the nature of the universe but that's definitional (eg assuming we are defining the universe by the laws with which it's governed).
Watching Wonders of the Universe yesterday got me thinking.
Assuming you could travel at an infinite speed, and catch up to the edge of the expanding universe, would you crash into a wall or what?
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