- Having no boundaries or limits.
- Immeasurably great or large; boundless: infinite patience; a discovery of infinite importance.
Isn’t infinity all relative? For example, there are infinite numbers between 1 and 2, but we can still count pass 2. There are infinite numbers between point A and point B, yet we still can arrive at point B. Why? Well for an ant to walk 250 miles (A to B) it would take nearly forever, but for a person in a car it doesn’t take too long, a person in a jet it takes even shorter time. What we see as infinitely long (the universe) very well could be a foot step if we were monstrously big, right? So, what about monstrously small? Could “intelligent” life very well be living under our skin, smaller than an electron, do you think it would mirror existence of our life. What if all our actions were a mirror on another “dimension” being that infinity may be a loop and repeats itself and that of which is infinitely small and is in all of us is us, thus affecting the stability of every atom, as well as the whole universe. What do you think? I’m not sure if this makes sense, maybe you can help with this.