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So, does 'INFINITY' have any meaning at all in a non infinite Universe ?
<font color="blue">Hello,If the Universe is infinite then I suppose I kinda accept that 'infinity' exists, but if the Universe is expanding and contracting to the point where time stops and starts again then surely the term 'infinite' has no meaning eh ?So, does 'INFINITY' have any meaning at all in a non infinite Universe ?You non-infinte answer/comments would be temporarily welcomed.</font id="blue"><font color="blue">'Men are the same as women...just inside out !'</font id="blue"> [/IMG]
Well, if the universe encompasses everything, why do we talk about it expanding or decreasing?? Surely that can't happen, since there's nothing greater than the universe to compare its expansion to, and if it expands then everything else will expand and we won't be able to see the difference.So what do they mean about expanding if that can't really happen?
Everything can be infinite.Take a distance, any distance, half it, half it again and then..until you run out of breath or numbers.