of ubiquity

(Consider this, not as science, but as science fiction until someone figures out what experiment can prove it right or wrong.)

We can only perceive it to be real through our senses and measuring equipment.

And we interact with it through forces.

Complexity can be a key ingredient of chaos, but also of aesthetics.

So the ‘essentially simple’ turns into the ‘essentially complex’ and beyond.

And the reason we feel like it should be finite, is because for an observer it is finite, until he can get to the edge and then finds out there is much more to observe, infinitely.

Now you have two choices:

(It doesn't really matter what you choose, as I already mentioned before:

'Reality is not at all how we perceive it to be')