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because the curvature of space directly correlates to the condenseness of matter that too appears to be infinity curved. I hope this makes sense.
Yes, when I say infinite space, I'm referring to the fabric of space/time……..But beyond the limits of the finite universe there is nothing….
The only thing I know is that the finite universe Is a sphere which exists in the infinite universe, I can only assume that Both aspects of the universe are infinite (in time) while only one aspect is (infinite in size) time and gravity are not direct properties of the fabric of space, it's the result of the interaction between the finite universe and the infinite universe.