Technically speaking, a site on Water in the Universe could cover a sizeable part of All There Is. In practical terms, there is no room for it, and some limitations have to be introduced. Therefore, we will be not concerned here with:
Some of these topics are, however, touched upon in this upcoming 'Deeper Space' section of the site. Here I will put several things which I like and consider relevant to my perception of All There Is.
... symmetry, strings
hips of super sss's'eses...
and, as Brian Greene asks in The Elegant Universe:
(Jonatham Cape. London, 1999, fifth last subchapter)
What are Space and Time, Really, and
Can We Do Without Them?
Well, watch this space
do not expect
any quick answers
The answer to the last posed question is: Yes