Maybe this won’t be as deep as it sounds, but here goes.
-Space is infinite, and in infinicy, everything that is possible has to happen sometime, right?
-There are many things that are equally possible, and yet mutually exclusive (the various Gods for example).
-Thus, if the universe is infinite, then these mutually exclusive, yet equally possible things must all exist at one point or another.
-The universe is not infinite, because you can’t have 2 mutually exclusive things existing at the same time.
Example: Both Allah and Yahweh can’t both exist at the same time, because they are both the only “true” gods, and they are both omniscient and omnipotent and time-transcending. And yet since they are equally possible, they would both have to exist at the same time, given that the universe is infinite, and they are both everywhere at once. Umm… I think I have confused myself.
Do you kinda see what I am getting at here though?