I looked through several threads on questions concerning whehter the universe(s?) was infinite or finite. Most of the answers seemed to be focused on our universe. Even though the many models of multiverses are contraversial and still lack significant objective support in the evidence, some sort of multi-verse existence that is infinite and eternal seems to be the dominant view of our physical existence. The best conclusion I am able to reach is Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Time do not reflect a finite existence like relative time/space relationship functions in our universe, and that the present math describing our cosmos does not work with a finite temporal existence. The sum of the arguments seems to indicate that there is at present no way to conclude either way, but the best fit is for an infinite eternal physical existence. Conceptually I often describe the infinite eternal nature of the cosmos as the Infinite Matrix (IM) within which the matter, energy, singularities, universes exist. Does anyone else use a suitable term to describe this concept I call the IM?