String Theory. Strings hold the universe together. If this is true, than it could easily be infinite. Either String Theory is right, or Gravity isn't what it seems.
And who's to say that the magic isn't just super-advanced science they don't know is science? Any sufficiently advanced technology will appear as magic anyway, right? They never detailed the mechanics of magic in any of the involved universes, insofar as I know. Maybe that's what it is: sufficiently advanced technology. And they don't know that themselves, so they call it magic for lack of a better word.
Eh. Trans-fictional travel might work with, once again, sufficiently advanced technology. It's just teleportation over very long distances, if my little theory is right.
Well, for one thing, we're pretty sure the universe isn't infinite, if only because if it were, it would instantly collapse due to gravity. (If we assume it's going for infinite /time/, then yeah,... more
Re: Well, sort of.++ Sgt_Sporky,Thu Mar 8 7:13am
Welll.... First off that's... that actually has nothing to do with how string theory works. At all. Also, (at least under our current understanding of the universe,) some things just aren't possible... more