All created things viewed as constituting one system or whole; the whole body of things, or of phenomena; the to~ pa^n of the Greeks, the mundus of the Latins; the world; creation.
all created things and phenomena viewed as constituting one system or whole.
The huge space which contains all of the matter and energy in existence. VALLEY A piece of low land lying between hills or mountains.
Paraphrasing Fuller, Universe is the aggregate of all experience. The role of the observers, or humanity, is an essential component of the definition, for awareness is a prerequisite to defining and understanding. Experience consists of dynamic, regenerative patterns of energy – perhaps "omnidynamic" would be an appropriate term.
Everything that exists, including all matter, all energy, and all the space between the matter.
The sum total of all existing things. For more about the Universe, please see the big bang cosmology primer.
everything that came into existence at the moment of the Big Bang, and everything that evolved from that initial mass of energy, or everything we can in principle, observe.
A popular form of arrogance is the firm belief we are somewhere near the limits of our knowledge about how the Universe fits together. It seems in fact more than possible that the Universe has nowhere near divulged all its secrets, that its components are interrelated in a way totally beyond our perception, that it possesses a "drive" to pursue "goals" eg. celestial harmony.
1. the entire celestial cosmos 2. an aggregate of stars comparable to the Galaxy
noun - All space, matter, and energy that occur within a single hyperplane; the space in which a particular object exists.
All matter and energy, and the space in which they are found.
From RDF Semantics ( 2004-02-10) (n., also Universe of discourse ) The universal classification, or the set of all things that an interpretation considers to exist. In RDF/S, this is identical to the set of resources.
all matter and space containing some million million galaxies
the whole body of things and phenomena observed that exists.
All the matter and energy out there - this includes the Earth, galaxies, solar systems, you, your favorite pop star and everything else.
All created things viewed as constituting one system or the whole body of things, or of phenomena. It is the total celestial cosmos
everything that exists anywhere; "they study the evolution of the universe"; "the biggest tree in existence"
everything stated or assumed in a given discussion
a "diameter" of the full curvature of the cosmos, and is the second diameter of the cosmos
a great big tricky thing to make
a material thing created from an idea of Creation, which is the spiritual energy that contains the intelligence and knowledge to make it
see related section] the whole body of things and phenomena observed or postulated.
Everything which is known or thought to exist in space.
all existing things, including the earth, the solar system, the galaxy, and everything therein regarded as a whole
The physical system that encompasses all matter, energy, and space that exists (see observable universe).
All the energy and matter that exists. The Earth and beyond
set of all events that have been, are, or will be observable
The totality of all matter and radiation and the space occupied by same.
The entire cosmos, made of everything that is. Spacetime.
"An omni-interaccommodative, nonsimultaneous, and only partially overlapping, omni-intertransforming, self-regenerating scenario." (Buckminster Fuller) The aggregate of all experience. The role of the observers, or humanity, is an essential component of the definition, for awareness is a prerequisite to defining and understanding. Experience consists of dynamic, regenerative patterns of energy. (paraphrased from Fuller)
The world of a particular TV series. So, for example, the Star Trek universe is everything we know about the world in which the series takes place. This term is also used to refer to particular TV series (e.g. the Magnificent Seven universe, the Without a Trace universe, etc.).
Everything that exists. The size of the observable Universe is determined by the distance light has travelled since the Universe was formed in the Big Bang, 12 - 15 billion years ago.
Everything that exists, including the Earth, planets, stars, galaxies, and all that they contain. The entire cosmos.
This is where we live, where all the matter that we can see and all that we can't is situated. The Universe is made up of stars, planets, nebulae, dust clouds, dark matter and possibly some other "exotic" matter. Spelt with a capital "U" to signify our Universe, which could be a bit redundant as there is probably only one universe (well at least there is only one that we know about).
The whole of space and time, but often used to describe the parts of it that we can now observe.
All existing things, including the earth, the heavens, the glaxies, and all therein, regarded as a whole.
Defined as all existing things, the normal and natural space where all things exist. It does not encompass alternative realities.
The entire conglomeration of matter in which we live.
The totality of all matter, radiation and space; everything accessible to our observations.
All of the observable phenomena in the celestial cosmos.
The totality of all space, matter and energy.
In modern times, the entirety of the space-time continuum in which we live, including all matter and energy, planets, stars, atoms, things, thoughts and beings.
All matter and energy, including Earth, the galaxies, and all the contents of intergalactic space, regarded as a whole.
Everything around us is part of the Universe.