I am pretty happy with the existence of infinity in maths, and being able to handle it is a very useful tool.
But does it exist in nature?
The most definitive I can get is 'maybe'.
The universe may be infinite in extent, but we don't know.
The matter inside a black hole may get infinitely dense, but we don't know.
Can the learned of UKC offer any examples of infinity in nature?
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