This reminds me of the analogy regarding the existence of life after this life on earth: the embryo in the womb of the mother, when it is born into this world, it may seem like death to the womb, but birth into this world.
compare this with passage from the TED talk, by Allan Adams:
The thing that’s totally amazing, the reason I’m on this stage, is because what that tells us is something deep about the early universe. It tells us that we and everything we see around us are basically one large bubble — and this is the idea of inflation— one large bubble surrounded by something else. This isn’t conclusive evidence for inflation, but anything that isn’t inflation that explains this will look the same. This is a theory, an idea, that has been around for a while, and we never thought we we’d really see it. For good reasons, we thought we’d never see killer evidence, and this is killer evidence.
4:08But the really crazy idea is that our bubble is just one bubble in a much larger, roiling pot of universal stuff. We’re never going to see the stuff outside, but by going to the South Pole and spending three years looking at the detailed structure of the night sky, we can figure out that we’re probably in a universe that looks kind of like that. And that amazes me.