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What is longer infinity or eternity?

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Eternity means "lasts forever" while infinity means "without end".

Neither one exists (the current age of `everything' is a mere 13.7 billion years);

but in pure math terms, infinity trumps eternity.

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Nobody knows the age of the earth. It cannot be measured.
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