Uh huh.<quoted text>The core principal of logic can be expressed as A or NOT A, something either is what it is, or it isn't. It can't be both, it's an exclusionary principle. It's how we understand everything about the universe. There exits only one realm, the naturalistic realm, everything else is speculation. Matter exists, it exists only in the naturalistic realm. The very best evidence suggests that "something" is a much more natural state than "nothing" Nothing appears to be to unstable. Matter, in any form, exists only in the naturalistic realm. Since all indications from cosmologists and astrophysicist say that matter having always exited is a more natural state, then the simple conclusion is that the universe has no boundaries, no edges, it is infinite. As Stephen Hawking says, "The universe simply IS."
I can see where that would make life easier for you.