The answer to this question is, **unequivocally, Yes**. This is due to the fact that it is a tautology. The events which "can" happen will happen. The events which "cannot" happen will not happen.

If time passes and begins from an infinite past, an infinite series of events must be completed, which is impossible if time really passes.

It is impossible to destroy and create matter. Thus, everything that has existed still exists, and everything that will exist already exists, just not in the state(s) it did or is going to. And even if time is infinite you would not be born again.

Eternal return (or eternal recurrence) is a philosophical concept which states that time repeats itself in an infinite loop, and that exactly the same events will continue to occur in exactly the same way, over and over again, for eternity.

An infinite universe does not mean infinite possibilities or outcomes because, even though the universe is infinite, the laws of physics and the initial conditions that governed the universe's formation are finite. These laws and conditions determine the possible outcomes of any physical process.

Synonyms of infinite

- incalculable.
- countless.
- unmeasured.
- inestimable.
- abysmal.
- incomputable.
- exhaustless.
- far-flung.

Mathematically, if we see infinity is the unimaginable end of the number line. As no number is imagined beyond it(no real number is larger than infinity).

Einstein's general theory of relativity predicts that time ends at moments called singularities, such as when matter reaches the center of a black hole or the universe collapses in a “big crunch.” Yet the theory also predicts that singularities are physically impossible.

We cannot actually get to infinity, but in "limit" language the limit is infinity (which is really saying the function is limitless).

Multiplying infinity by infinity will result in infinity.

In zero seconds, light travels zero meters. If time were stopped zero seconds would be passing, and thus the speed of light would be zero. In order for you to stop time, you would have to be traveling infinitely fast.

Although humans can't hop into a time machine and go back in time, we do know that clocks on airplanes and satellites travel at a different speed than those on Earth. We all travel in time!

The trite answer is that both space and time were created at the big bang about 14 billion years ago, so there is nothing beyond the universe. However, much of the universe exists beyond the observable universe, which is maybe about 90 billion light years across.

If you define it as living forever and being unkillable like in a comic book or movie, then, no, it is highly unlikely. However, if you define it in terms of showing no decline in survival characteristics, no increase in disease incidence, and no increase in mortality with advancing age, then yes.

According to Einstein's General Relativity, which is our best current description of space and time, the only place where time – and also space – ends is in a so-called singularity. This involves gravitational forces becoming so intense that space and time lose all meaning.

Physics can use time t=0 to denote the point at which we start measuring a process eg start of a race. We can also refer to an infinitessimally small time ie one that is too small to be measured, or as the time interval approaches zero.

Infinity has no end

Infinity is the idea of something that has no end.

Infinity is a concept, not a number; therefore, the expression 1/infinity is actually undefined.

Since the definition x^{0} = 1 is based upon division, and division by 0 is not possible, we have stated that x is not equal to 0. Actually, the expression 0^{0} (0 to the zero power) is one of several indeterminate expressions in mathematics. It is not possible to assign a value to an indeterminate expression.

22 billion years in the future is the earliest possible end of the Universe in the Big Rip scenario, assuming a model of dark energy with w = −1.5.

As time is a fundamental aspect of our reality, we cannot stop it any more than we could stop depth or width. Furthermore, practical time dilation would necessitate such complex engineering and energy requirements that it remains unfeasible.

Scientists now consider it unlikely the universe has an end – a region where the galaxies stop or where there would be a barrier of some kind marking the end of space.

Beyond the infinity known as ℵ_{0} (the cardinality of the natural numbers) there is ℵ_{1} (which is larger) … ℵ_{2} (which is larger still) … and, in fact, an infinite variety of different infinities.

There is no number before infinity. It is possible to represent infinity minus one as a mathematical expression, but it does not actually equal anything or have any real mathematical value.

God is neither finite nor infinite and his greatness is beyond infinity. Augustine is original in combining these three aspects in his philosophy, and all three aspects can again be found in Cantor.