Is it true that the universe can be infinitely large but still expand, so that at every particular moment in time the universe is infinitely large, but then becomes 100 light years larger for every second that time goes on for example?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For example [tex]\infty+100=\infty[/tex]

I know infinity isn't a number but something that is infinite can still increase?

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# An infinite universe can expand?

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