Question Infinity or not infinity that is the question.

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Yes, there are cases where electrons will pair up to form Cooper pairs as the electrons travel through a matrix. This is due to their spin alignment and the influence of the surrounding atoms. Columb repulsion is still there, just overcome.
 
Yes, there are cases where electrons will pair up to form Cooper pairs as the electrons travel through a matrix. This is due to their spin alignment and the influence of the surrounding atoms. Columb repulsion is still there, just overcome.
Magnetism! Electric! And there is no microcosmic / macrocosmic limit to its potential, though always finite potential reaches (unlike self-similar fractal fabric hyperspace / subspace "zooms" gravity (antigravity) infinities . . . infinite and infinitesimal)!

(Quantum particle point-portal monopole singularities in countless varieties (electroweak force). 'Dirac' electrons. Discreet quanta(s). Stars and solar systems. Galaxies and galactic clusters. Hawking "baby universes" in filament strings (horizon universes in multi-faceted multi-dimensional multi-geometry multi-form 'MULTIVERSE' 'verses'....)!)
 
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"Universe itself is infinite."
Of course.
"Since we cannot create matter or energy from nothing."
What about vacuum energy? It exists in the 'nothingness' of pure vacuum. It's an artifact of the infinite distance, nothing else.
Every object out there regardless of its size has a finite body.
So, objects cannot have an infinite body."
So what? That doesn't prove there's no infinity. Sifi cheers from Allen Somerset, writer of "Brave New Mars" novel.
 
Of course.

What about vacuum energy? It exists in the 'nothingness' of pure vacuum. It's an artifact of the infinite distance, nothing else.

So what? That doesn't prove there's no infinity. Sifi cheers from Allen Somerset, writer of "Brave New Mars" novel.
I'm pretty sure Harry doesn't deny the existence of infinities. I think he is more less backing me up in my counterintuitive claim that the infinite content of a finite container can and will be nonlocally, non-relatively, infinitely greater than the local, relative, finite container. "Infinity of the mind." Infinity within bodies (such as the possibility of Hawking's countless "baby universes" fading away infinitesimally (therefore infinitely) from the finite in space and time). "Infinities on (and in) the head of a pin." Perturbations. Chaos Theory's "self-similar fractal zooms universe structure" out of its fundamental base "set and reset." A gravitational (antigravitational) ("zooms") / strong binding (nuclear) force (base "set and reset") . . . also to be realized as 'Casimir effect and force' . . . match up.

Our sole finite realization of infinities is as finite qualities or quantities that have "infinite potential" within and/or without! Only a few of us realize that the "infinite potential" has to already be *cosmically physically realized existing (the infinite potential of the finite has to already be infinitely 'fulfilled' nonlocally, non-relatively speaking).
 
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The universe is infinite in space and matter.

How matter changes from one phase to the next, is worth researching.

As for electrons being compacted, look at Protons and Neutrons.

Look at Axion Gluon matter.
 
How on Earth did people ever think that the universe was finite.

Yes!!
How on Earth?
I have an answer for you, Harry, since you ask. An answer you of all people can understand. Because of the 'Klein bottle' and Schrodinger's "cat" illustration too, just as you can fit countless "finites" within "infinite", you can fit countless "infinites" within "finite." And they will still be -- they will still remain -- equal but opposites always.
 

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