Say the universe its infinite. How does that infinity compare to the infinity of microstates available to an arbitrary volume? Lets say it's a larger ordering, though I invite any experienced theorists to weigh in. Then might we encounter at least an infinity of microstates for any given finite volume?
But what of the microstates of the externality of the volumes in question, it is of a larger infinity. So couldn't we conclude that every pair of internal microstate, and volumetric complement actually exists.
Imagine that. Douglas Adams' conception of the whale popping into existence above the surface of a planet must be reality. But do we really admit that such discontinuities exist in time as well as space? Can any finite macrostate be followed by any other?