What percentage of the universe is non-observable?

1 Answer
Apr 18, 2016

As of now, this percentage is indeterminate.


If the limits of the observable universe are the limits of the holistic whole of the universe, the percentage of non-observable universe is zero.

If there exist a mirror-image-like another universe, the percentage is 100.

If the holistic whole of the universe is a multi-universe system of N universes, with N-1 other universes like observable universe, the percentage might be (N-1) X 100.

It is already a long wait for fixing the number of dimensions, in observable universe, as 5 (including time and temperature) or 6 or 7 or 8 or 9 or 10 or 11, If this fixing is deemed decisive, then there is a possibility of estimating the percentage of non-observable universe.