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  1. Who characterized infinity or expressed it as a number?

    This is a mathematical abstraction.

    If you mean by the infinity of the cosmos the impossibility of specifying its boundaries, then you can assume that there is.

    But we must keep in mind that we simply cannot physically get information about the cosmos beyond the Hubble sphere.

    According to some estimates, the Hubble sphere is still 20% of the cosmos inaccessible to observation.

    The speed of receiving information about space itself is limited to 300,000 km/s.

  2. What a global question, perhaps, even the greatest minds will not give you the answer. Of course, there are suggestions that everything has an end, even the cosmos, but as far as I know, this has not yet been proven, since the cosmos is rather poorly studied.

  3. We can only talk about the boundaries of the observable universe. The boundaries of the observable universe are expanding at the speed of light and therefore everything that is located beyond them is not available for research.In this sense, our universe has boundaries,but this does not mean that there is nothing beyond them.

    There is a theory that suggests that the curvature of the universe is non-zero and our universe is closed, that is, it is a kind of sphere in four-dimensional space. But everything suggests that the universe is flat,that is, its curvature within the accuracy of measurements of modern devices is zero.Well, if it is flat,then it is infinite, because the presence of a boundary of space is nonsense.

  4. In my opinion, if there is nothing, then there is no place for something to come from, except through divine thought.The concept of “there is nothing” implies the absence of space-time and, in the end, the very reason for something to arise.That is why there was no act of creation of the universe and, therefore, it existed forever, and therefore it is infinite.This seems to be contradicted by the Big Bang theory.Our multiverse is expanding, and if we extrapolate the process to its origin, we get a singularity-an ultra-dense point. The beginning of everything, the beginning of space, the beginning of time.But there is a simple objection to this.This process could well have started in an already existing infinite universe.By the way, there is a beautiful hypothesis of the origin of BV.All existing space is permeated by a certain field, called the Higgs field.The existence of this field was confirmed by the discovery of the Higgs boson at the Hadron collider.There is a possibility, an extremely small probability, that this field tunnels into a lower energy state, and the difference is released into the surrounding space.This energy is the material of the new multiverse.Moreover, the process begins at a point and spreads with great speed into the surrounding space.What's wrong with BV?Moreover, since the universe is infinite and eternal, any event that has an arbitrarily small probability happens an infinite number of times.For this reason, there must be an infinite number of such BS and multiverses in the universe.

  5. Personal opinion, the concept of infinity of time is completely INDEFINITE, or it is generally indefinable, infinity for us is some abstract conditional quantity that actually exists somewhere and does not exist, as it seems to me infinitely large quantities of time and space in the universe are limited by the possibility of events occurring or the impossibility of these events, or what is even more interesting, in the infinity of time of the universe, a finite number of events is possible, i.e. for example, the birth of life, the event will repeat or not repeat the nth number of times, or even once, and that's it, it won't happen again.

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