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Do you mean at any size, even if it is infinity universe?
So is it possible that due to the big bang that took place 13.8 by ago the entire universe should be full with matter and in any space that we would be in that universe (even one billion of a trillion ly away) we should see a similar view as we see from our point in space.?
The bbt starts while there is no apace or matter in the universe.
It doesn't say that. You can start off with infinite space at the very beginning.
If you start the bang while the infinite universe is already there, then is it already full with matter?
No, because it would be far too hot for matter to exist.
If you change the starting conditions of the bbt, don't you agree that it is a significant change in the theory?
Who said we were changing it?
How can we deliver energy to a universe that already is there?
The energy was already there too.
If I understand Halc correctly, a bang in a universe that is already infinite in its size can only set a Bh.
You don't understand him correctly. The Big Bang was not an explosion.
So how can you create the observable universe from a bang while the universe size is already infinite?
It's not a problem because you misunderstood Halc.
How the idea of space expansion could work while the space in the early universe is already infinite?
Quite easily. Infinity is unbounded. You can expand space as much as you want because infinity is not some kind of number that represents a physical limit for the expansion of space.