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Okay, here's my problem. I've recently read that physicists believe that all the mass and dark energy in the universe do indeed add up to the critical density, which means that the universe will continue to expand forever, at zero curvature, and is either finite (like a torus) or infinite. And apparently many physicists suspect it to be infinite. Now, my question is, how on earth can something that is already infinite expand? And also how could the universe possibly have been infinite at t=0 when it was also impossibly dense?
Just a heads up - I'm not a particularly 'mathematically inclined' reader.
If anyone has an answer I'd like to hear it :D
Just a heads up - I'm not a particularly 'mathematically inclined' reader.
If anyone has an answer I'd like to hear it :D