As one of our members has requested, here is a scientific question that has received much accolade and debate.
Einstein proposed that "when a body accelerates to 'Light Speed', it will cease to exist as solid matter, and as all matter in the Universe is accelerating away from the centre, it will eventually reach 'Light Speed' and thus will cease to exist and thus would form the end of the Universe". These are obviously not his exact words or even the full portion of his theorim, but basically what he is saying is that matter when it ceases to exist will form a barrier which cannot be transected (ventured beyond). Of course he was wrong, as he admitted later when he conducted a simple 'bending the light experiment'. I. E. Matter can only bend if it, in fact, exists.
The Scientists working on the Haddron Collider in Cern have shown that particles do exist even at FTL (faster than light) speeds, although these particles are minute and are faster than the eye can perceive, they are there. Even eletronic equipment is limited as it also can only work at speeds below that of light.
I haven't taken the time to research any of this on internet or other sources, so there is a possibility that the above statement may be misleading, however, I wanted to rather leave the speculation (and research) to you. Have Fun... Now the question...
"Does the Universe have an end?"