This could just as well fit in the philosophy and critical thinking category, but, do you think about how odd this cosmos, it's existence, and therefore our existence as parts of the cosmos, really is in reality? Think about it for a moment. There was either always something with no beginning or end, and there was a state of nothing we cannot comprehend and then all of a sudden things started existing even without us around to observe this existence and the cosmos we are part of and inhabit. So, Thermodynamics states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed, as it just converts from one form to another; and particle physics notes that particles just pop into and out of existence, and that explains the basis of our universe just coming to be, but what about energy? What is the energy of the cosmos? Can there truly ever have been nothing, and what does it all mean if there was always something long before our universe or even a multiverse existed?