> This is the problem many people have with infinity: they see it as
> something finite, just bigger -- but it isn't. Infinity can expand and
> become infinitely bigger with no problems. Infinity + infinity = infinity.
Infinity = boundlessness?
The observable universe is finite by definition.
Parts of the universe receding from us at v > c
are not connected to us and so ... are not, as far
as we are concerned.
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