I keep on reading here and there that because there is no such thing as infinite energy, there is no thing as infinitely dense mass, and, following, no such thing as the infinite Universe (U) of an infinitely dense mass of Big Crunch Vortex and its infinite of gravity.

As I see it, yes there is such a thing as the infinitely dense mass of the infinite of Big Crunch Vortex with an infinite of gravity (do I have enough "infinites" there?). It is why it has alternative face The infinitely dense mass of Big Crunch Vortex is something very different from your normal every day mass. It is binary (1 and/or 0) 'naked singularity'. It is binary infinite Big Crunch Vortex and/or infinite Big Hole Vacuum. It is the two in one and the same singularity. More; It is its own Mirror mirroring the infinite Universe (U) (Multiverse) -- that it is -- to an infinity of point infinitesimal / finite local, relative universes (u) (multiverses).

Where is there any energy existing in [

As I see it, yes there is such a thing as the infinitely dense mass of the infinite of Big Crunch Vortex with an infinite of gravity (do I have enough "infinites" there?). It is why it has alternative face The infinitely dense mass of Big Crunch Vortex is something very different from your normal every day mass. It is binary (1 and/or 0) 'naked singularity'. It is binary infinite Big Crunch Vortex and/or infinite Big Hole Vacuum. It is the two in one and the same singularity. More; It is its own Mirror mirroring the infinite Universe (U) (Multiverse) -- that it is -- to an infinity of point infinitesimal / finite local, relative universes (u) (multiverses).

Where is there any energy existing in [

**the**] irresistible force of [**the**] immovable object? That question is only and strictly answered by the horizon of difference between infinite Universe (U) and finite universe(s) (u), the 'Big Bang' / 'Planck' / 'c' / '?'.
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