You are,somewhat confusing in what you present on this matter.<quoted text>
I suppose you think my lack of ability to express myself with clarity, in every post to you, is some sort of technological singularity that you can hone in on?
Are you wearing your donut halo again?
Just go ahead and give us the sum of all time and the final dimensions of the universe.
Are you towing backwards again, counting how far is far? Is there no farther, no I know you don't have a farther.
There are glimmers of rationality on occasion, such as what you just posted, but you are coming across as Space Cadet Aura, sophomore class. You are arguing jusf to be arguing. You are trying to make the unknown quanties of finiteness into finite quantities of the unknown you wish to call infinity. It sounds cool and intellectual, or would if done properly.
Yes, there is always something beyond the horizon, but that doesn't make it "an" infinite. Just an unknown. If you can keep walking to it to are within the finite universe. If you can see it on the horizon you are still within the finite. It is just a matter of being sble to measure it. Normally that takes a position where you can "look down" upon it. It is something separate from yourself in some fashion. You are in the middle looking out and over conceptualizing what lies beyond your horizon. There are places on this earth, most in fact, that are beyond your horizon, but they will show up once you can measure the miles to them. Such as in walking, or viewing from an elevation.