You cherry pick though, and your dishonesty is shining like a thousand stars.<quoted text>
You're so twisted
1) those are not my definitions they are from many sources all listed
"The Universe is commonly defined as the totality of existence, including planets, stars, galaxies, the contents of intergalactic space, and all matter and energy. The broadest definition of universe is that it is simply everything,
*while a narrower definition is that the universe is limited to what can be observed."
This definition is even narrowed down more.
Definition as connected space-time
See also: Chaotic Inflation theory
It is possible to conceive of disconnected space-times, each existing but unable to interact with one another. An easily visualized metaphor is a group of separate soap bubbles, in which observers living on one soap bubble cannot interact with those on other soap bubbles, even in principle. According to one common terminology, each "soap bubble" of space-time is denoted as a universe, whereas our particular space-time is denoted as the Universe, just as we call our moon the Moon. The entire collection of these separate space-times is denoted as the multiverse. In principle, the other unconnected universes may have different dimensionalities and topologies of space-time, different forms of matter and energy, and different physical laws and physical constants, although such possibilities are purely speculative.
Definition as observable reality
See also: Observable Universe and Observational cosmology
According to a still-more-restrictive definition, the Universe is everything within our connected space-time that could have a chance to interact with us and vice versa. According to
*the general theory of relativity,
some regions of space may never interact with ours even in the lifetime of the Universe, due to the finite speed of light and the ongoing expansion of space. For example, radio messages sent from Earth may never reach some regions of space, even if the Universe would live forever; space may expand faster than light can traverse it.
Distant regions of space are taken to exist and be part of reality as much as we are; yet we can never interact with them. The spatial region within which we can affect and be affected is the observable Universe. Strictly speaking, the observable Universe depends on the location of the observer. By traveling, an observer can come into contact with a greater region of space-time than an observer who remains still, so that the observable Universe for the former is larger than for the latter. Nevertheless, even the most rapid traveler will not be able to interact with all of space. Typically, the observable Universe is taken to mean the Universe observable from our vantage point in the Milky Way Galaxy.
You are as biased and dishonest in science as you are in religion.
You have rudimentary understanding and project what you want, the universe is much more than we know, as yet. Still we discover it boundaries are stretched father than we imagine.
We also have discovered our 3 Dimensions can be broken down into two
2 dimensional flat planes , we aren't sure where that will take our understanding. But it is mind boggling, and counter intuitive.
As are many things we have come to understand.
But the one thing we really understand as scientists , is that we cannot
impose limits on what is , or yet to be discovered .
Whether there is anything beyond our universe , dimensionally or physically, we absolutely cannot say yet. But the fact we can break down
3D into 2 2D planes suggests there is something beyond this universe.