Science and Philosophy 8 (1):31-62 (2020)

This short paper is to provide answer to the question what is there outside the Universe? If the Universe is expending, what does it expend into? An answer was provided, the universe is expanding into its complementary universe. If that is so, then what the complementary universe is? A new perception is provided that matter exist as a logical state. What is the logical state creating matter? This question is being answered by the relationship between the universe and its complementary universe satisfying the equilibrium equation that total matter of both universes, the inner universe and the complementary universe, collapse into zero, i.e. no matter. Furthermore, the existence of matter out of void is a logical state resulted from the void existence.
Keywords Brain  Complementary  Disorder  Frequency  Holograms  Linear Schrödinger Representation  Logic  Metaphysics  Neural Network  Order  Phase  Synchronization  Synchronized Groups  Universe  Universe Complementary  Universe expansion  Void  Void Complementary
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DOI 10.23756/sp.v8i1.513
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