Understood. i do like to make my views as clear as possible. I like to look at things from a 'what if' perspective. For example, what if the pre-Big Bang isn't completely mechanical and was instead designed and let loose by an unimaginably intelligent field of energy using its own energy? That train of thought has led to a lot of religions. However, I'm a freethinker who hasn't encountered a religion that made any sense - not that a lot of the things going on in the micro and macro world make much sense. The idea that the purpose (a place for the evolution of life) may have preceded the universe still sticks with me and has given me two points of view. That's why I decided it's best to stay on the fence. I believe Einstein struggled with this dilemma. He did mention the possibility of an impersonal god not interested in our affairs.Thanks again sorry to go on but Universe theories are my favourite subject
I also take it as sacred that existence is eternal and that you can't have something from nothing and that an infinite void is completely absurd.
I wasn't suggesting for a minute that there was an infinite void, I was trying to ask if your reality, the sort that's full of stuff and fabric, is infinite or finite.