I am having trouble understanding some details of super string theory. 1.) In the documentary I saw describing the theory, the physisists said that there would be an infinite number of other universes apart from ours and it seems that pretty much any theory of how we came to be, at some level, includes an infinity. But I fail to understand how anything that is not, itself, infinity could exist in an infinity. To my understanding, in an infinity, anything that is not an infinity, no matter how large, is not even the tiniest fraction of that infinity, not even 1 x 10 to the -1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000th % of the universe as an example. If there are any simple terms to describe how this works, I would greatly appreciate hearing them. This has been on my mind 24/7. 2.) Also, I noticed that the documentary called super string theory a "theory of everything". However, it only seemed to go back past the big bang to show the theoretical demension that our universe was born of. Does it go on to explain where it came from or is that considered basically satisfactory? If string theory doesn't do so itself, does anyone plan on finding what did create that demension? I am sorry, I have had no access to good books about physics and havent started college yet so I haven't taken any good classes on it. I say this because I will most likely have zero understanding of any math and will probably have to be talked to like a small child.