Fair enough. Technically, finite. At first I thought by "finite", you meant a static and un-expanding but extremely large universe that one day we could see the edge of. But yeah, it's finite at any given fraction of a second, but the expansion is infinite and exponential. I'm right along your thinking though. I'm not one to ever doubt the ability of humans or the progress we're capable of making and the scope of achieving the unachievable because frankly, our progress is almost quite as amazing as the Universe's. If our intelligence and technology keeps growing exponentially, I don't doubt that we'll one day make trips to the very limit. But out of anything that we'll ever try to attempt, this has to be the most difficult because we're going against nature. So unlike most goals that stay as they are, this keeps going more out of reach every second. In raw theory, it's exponential growth (human capabilities) vs. exponential growth (magnitude of universe). The problem for us is there's way too many variables. You can already see people complaining about "immortality would suck". I think there are many people like that. There will likely be a lot of backlash as we become more technologically-inclined. That's another battle for the science community. If we were all on the same page, pursuing things like this would be considerably easier. While we fight among ourselves, the universe keeps expanding lol.