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Referring to some of the points in your last post, instead of infinity being a work in progress, I maintain that the infinite universe already fully exists, has always existed, and has always been infinite, so in the spatial sense the definition of infinite includes infinite in all directions from all points. An infinite universe is not expanding or contracting because it is already everywhere. The expansion going on in the observable universe is local action that is the result of prior local actions, i.e., the larger scale actions that cause what we see locally.

Note, your terms Ew and Cw don’t work for me because I have to keep looking back to your earlier post to remember what they mean

Also, saying that infinity is infinite motion in two directions, or it is acceleration and deceleration, and both are infinite in nature, … well it just seems hard to adopt that thinking; why not just go with … spatially infinite.

Static lies outside the universe.

If we don't set a limit on what infinity represents at any given moment in time, ironically, we make it finite, because we end up with a static, or finite infinity. That's illogical.