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## Main Question or Discussion Point

First we have to agree on the definition of infinite:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actual_infinity

So:

- Potentially infinite is the process of continued and potentially endless iteration (IE a limit).

- Actually Infinite is the result of an unbounded number of iterations; IE NOT DEFINED (IE an infinite set)

So at best the universe can be potentially infinite, but it is not Actually Infinite.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actual_infinity

So:

- Potentially infinite is the process of continued and potentially endless iteration (IE a limit).

- Actually Infinite is the result of an unbounded number of iterations; IE NOT DEFINED (IE an infinite set)

So at best the universe can be potentially infinite, but it is not Actually Infinite.