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Higgs field and boundary of universe

 Is it possible that the Higgs Field does not extend to the edge of the expansion of the universe, and that there could be a ‘shell’ of ‘stuff’ from the bag bang that exist at the edge and is not seen because it lies outside of this field.

Would this ‘Stuff’ still effect gravity, even though we cannot perceive it as matter due to it lying outside the Higgs Field? Could this explain the missing ‘matter’ driving expansion, Dark Matter, or Dark Energy. It’s there, just beyond the Higgs Field.

Asked Brian Cole

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