# The speed of the universe

Defining the universe as the whole space, if it is moving, then its speed equals $$distance/time$$,

as it is the whole space, then the distance it has moved is 0, so it has no speed.

That implies that the whole space is not moving, why do I get such a contradiction?

Is my assumption (The universe is moving) wrong?

Or does that mean there is no net movement of the space, but the space itself can act like, say gas, that moves within the space?

Note by L Km
1 year, 4 months ago

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If the universe is moving, and the universe contains all "space", it must be moving with respect to some higher-dimensional "hyperspace". An analogy would be a bubble moving within a pot of boiling water, with the "universe" being the bubble and the surrounding water being "hyperspace" within the "multiverse".

- 1 year, 1 month ago