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**Archie** No. Something either has an end or it doesn't, it doesn't matter what the observer's point of view is. There are different "sizes" of infinity, but there are no multiples of infinity. Your idea of 0.1infinity doesn't make sense, just like "a tenth of a hole". It's either a hole or it isn't. It's not half a hole, or 2 hole. Similarly with infinity.

"Near infinity" is like "almost pregnant", it doesn't mean anything. Any quantity that you consider " nearly infinitely large" is vanishingly small in comparison to an infinite number of other quantities. It is not even in the top 1% of quantities.