It seems, the more we zoom back, we see more of the same thing. If we look at atoms, we see a pattern of circulation, e.g. particles circling something else, we see same thing with any lifeform, circulation of blood/water for that being to live, now if we zoom back from an atom and zoom out a million times, we see the Earth moving around the sun, do that again and we see stars moving around a galaxy. Could the universe be a part of just another "living" being lifeform? For example, if we look past an atom, we might say there is nothing smaller than quarks (due to our technical limitations), but if we compare the size of Earth on a universe scale, looking through a telescope from outside the universe, the size of the Earth would be equivalent to a quark particle... To someone outside, we may seem insignificant, but yet here we are, nearly 7 billion people breathing and living. Could the universe, even though it is extremely big, dark and spacious, just be part of another "living" lifeform? For example, the distance between the particles that make up an atom is huge, couldn't all this space we see in space, be a part which makes up another living entities legs, brains atomic structure? What is there to say there are billions of "smart" lifeforms that are smaller than a quark? Lets say this lifeform outside our universe, decided to "smash" us to bits inside a colider to see what we were made of.. if they smashed our planet (assuming we were as big as a quark) to bits, they would just simply see elemental items that made us up, e.g. iron, hydrogen, etc, there would be absolutely no evidence of a "smart" civilization. My question is, my above post is purely a fantasy, but according to our current understanding of the universe, could any of the above be ruled out? If so, which parts fails?, is there sufficient effect to rule that logic out?