The universe does have an end, even though it is continuously expanding outwards. At our current stage of technological development, we just aren't capable of measuring that kind of distance, so to us, the perception of the universe is that it is infinite, for infinity is just a too large a number for us to be able to calculate.
The Universe is endless. It expands every minute and I think it will never end
by chasemillis5 years ago
Matter cannot be created or destroyed. Ok that's easy.So that means that the Universe has been around forever. That would be great, except there are no real world examples of infinity. If infinity is not a quality of...
by Vortrek Grafix2 years ago
Does two finite entities causing an infinite reaction challenge our definition of infinity?Divide 10 by 3 or face two mirrors across from each other and two finite entities cause an infinite reaction. The universe is...
by Luke M. Simmons2 years ago
Does the Universe end or is it infinite?I'm actually not going to provide any more context for this one. I want you guys to respond before providing any evidence that may sway the conversation. Have fun!
by Eugene Hardy5 years ago
Just curious about how others see God, (or NOT see God).Personally, I believe there is some kind of supreme being, but that god does not particularly care how anyone or all of humanity sees this deity. And does...
by whonunuwho3 years ago
Can we really conceive of what infinity means?If we could put ourselves out of the human realm and mind and beyond our understanding that there is an end time for all, can we conceive of infinity, or understand it?
by mathsciguy6 years ago
Because the thread which inspired me was dead...I have made the claim and am quite happy to engage in discussion with anyone who feels that they can and should disagree. As a mathematician with years of experience...
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