Spare me the ridicule for asking a stupid question, I'm just your average guy trying to comprehend his environment. I do my best to understand the origins and workings of the universe but no matter what path I take I will end up facing an infinity of one form or other. Ok here goes. I have always assumed that it is impossible to have two infinitely sized objects since each would occupy space that the other should be existing in. If any infinite sized object ever existed then it would consume all 3D space and there would be no room for anything else to exist. Now I'm not so sure. I assume that 3D space is infinite in all directions. Floating around in this space is a hosepipe of infinite length (infinite to the point it has no ends) If its infinite in length then it can hold an infinite volume of water. Any infinite volume should consume all of space but now I find I can have an infinite number of infinite volumes in an infinite amount of space. It also occurs to me that I can walk up to the hosepipe and cut it in half creating a different type of infinite length, before it had no beginning or end and now I have two infinite lengths both with a beginning but no end. Am I barking up the wrong tree, should I stick to my idea that an infinitely sized object is impossible or does an infinite amount of space allow for an infinite number of infinitely sized objects? Don't blame me for asking such stupid questions I'm not the one dumping singularities all over the universe.