Hi, Merry Christmas everyone! If universe is infinite doesn't that violate the second thermodynamics? Because that means there would infinite amounts of matter and/or energy in the universe? Even if all the stars would come to end up like neutron stars white dwarfs or black holes which would happen after an infinitely long time. Looking at such a universe wouldn't it be like the ultimate perpetual motion device? Oh and another question.We have found out for quite a while now that the universe is expanding but if we go on and assume that the universe is finite then into what is it expanding? How come something expand into nothing, obviously for something to expand there either has to be something already there for that something to expand into or the universe while expanding is creating the space into which it expands but that would set a limit and when that limit would be reached it could expand no more if we take on to think that we have just some finite amount of matter in the universe then I guess that matter can't expand forever can it?