If one of the conditions of infinity does not logically hold, does it then not bring into question, not the theoretical concept,but the actuality of infinity?

Can it not be deduced from the bigbang theory, and the theory of universal inflation that the universe as we scientifically know it is not infinite,but finite? big bang universe starting from a zero point and expanding,inflation theory,Backround radiation,creating a timeline.

If the universe is then thought of as finite how can infinite conditions exist within it? infinite speed would rip through the fabric of the universe, infinity small would fall through it,large would surpass it,the list goes on.

Theoretical questions lead us to theoretical answers that answer real world problems.Take a moment to think about the theory of infinity.

# Questioning Infinity

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This post is in the wrong blog, when im not here,these are the type of thoughts I grapple with.