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There are different kinds of infinity.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPA3bwVVzGI
Therefore to invalidate the statement you have to give a proof that from finite universe you can pass to the smallest infinite. But the existence of several infinities does not reject the premise. djjano
Why did make an exact carbon copy of a post I submitted weeks prior?
In order to pass from a finite something to infinite something, there must be an instantaneous infinite growth. Which doesn't make sense.
It could be inifinte in one way but not in another. Ie infinite in size, but finite in time
This is the fallacy of infinity. The very nature of the concept, allows you to infinitely add and multiply it, but never subtract/divide from it.
we have strong evidence to suggest that there was a beginning and there will be an end.
Stephen Hawking's 'A Brief History of Time'
The logic of the argument does not reject the premise. djjano