For every infinite value, there are an infinity of values less than it that are finite (since infinity minus one equals infinity). So wouldn't a huge but finite universe with very slight, undetectable curvature be infinitely more probable than an infinite flat universe? If that is so, lets say you have an infinite number of universe-causing quantum fluctuations. Then the probability of an infinite universe is exactly one. But what are the odds that infinite universe would be a low entropy universe like ours? 1/10^10^123, according to Roger Penrose (The Emperor's New Mind, Oxford University Press, 2002, page 445.) So wouldn't the odds of an infinite universe with low entropy such as ours has be extremely low (1/10^10^123)?