OK trolly you win, here it is you asked for it.<quoted text>Yet no one in here has the balls to challenge me!
The second law only applies to the observable universe. Since we cannot ever see past the particle horizon it will never be known the exact condition of the universe, whether it is open , closed or isolated. However the latest findings show it is consistent with the open infinite flat model. Which means it is possibly spatially infinite with no boundary.
The 2nd law of thermodynamics applies only to isolated system or closed system. In an open system an influx of new or an outflow of energy is possible. But since we absolutely do not know the extent we cannot say. So the jury is out when applying the second law to the universe it itself, but works for everything in it.
You don't want to go up against poly and redshift, he practically wrote the book on the subject.
Infinite regression is possible within finite space , as matter fact it. Because that is exactly what the the universe does in opposite , infinite progression. If you went to the particle horizon and proceeded the speed of light back to Earth, you would never reach it, Because it has will infinitely regress away from you.
I'll wait for the background noise to report.