Allan Kardec

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35. Is universal space infnite or limited?
“Infnite. Assume, for a moment, that there are boundaries. What would be beyond them? This perplexes your reason, which tells you that it cannot be otherwise. The same is true with regard to infnity in all things. The idea of infnity cannot be grasped in your narrow world.”

If we imagine a limit to space, no matter how far away this limit may be, reason dictates that there must always be something beyond it until we arrive at the idea of infnity because this something, even if only an absolute void, would still be space.

36. Does an absolute void exist anywhere in the universe?
“No. What appears to be a void to you is occupied by matter that your senses and instruments are incapable of detecting.”

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