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Remained – outdated history – because you are unable to grasp modern understanding based on actual measurements and not philosophy is not my problem.
The passage I cite is using the word in the true scientific sense, just because you refuse to accept measured facts because they mean your god is tiny and limited to your mindset is not my problem
You have not read it properly, or understood it. The term used is “observe a finite volume”– note the word observe - not admit
True I do not understand idiocy.
Impossible or not, the finite measurable and observable universe is expanding into infinite universal space. Measurements show this to be so.
But "infinite" is not measurable, by definition.
I see. That's great stuff. Thanks for clearing that up.
1. "the finite measurable and observable universe is expanding into infinite universal space"
No, the universe is all there is. If there is space, it is part of the universe. Space is created by separation of particles - expansion. The universe cannot expand "into" anything.
2, An infinite universe would exist in every direction infinitely. It could not further expand. What is "Infinity + 1"? It cannot be both infinite and expanding. It could be infinite OR expanding, but CANNOT possibly be both. That is a contradiction in terms, and a contradiction of logic.
3. The number of particles in the universe is determined to be FINITE. Physicists have calculated the number to be in the range of 10^78 to 10^82. Here's your question:
HOW IS IT LOGICALLY POSSIBLE TO SPREAD A FINITE NUMBER OF PARTICLES OVER AN INFINITE DISTANCE?
It is not possible.
Game, set, and match.
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