'Suppose you start writing numbers, 1,2,3... and so on, forever, so you supposedly keep on going, creating an infinite list, yes?'
'But then within that infinite list you could make infinite subdivisions.'
'How do you mean?'
'Well just between 1 and 2 you could have 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and so on for between 2 and 3 and between 3 and 4, forever; then between 1 and 1.1 you could have 1.01, 1.02., 1.03 and so on; and then between 1.01 and 1.02 you could have...'
'Okay, I get the idea.'
'So you can have an infinite number of numbers even just between 1 and 2, actually, and within one set of infinite numbers you could insert an infinite number of other sets of infinite numbers... So which set of numbers is the biggest?'
'None. They're all infinite.'
'But different eh? So one infinity does not equal, eh... an infinite number of other infinities, even though they are all infinity?'
'Hmm... Your logic may be nonsense.'
'Or of course maybe it's all nonsense.'
'Some people believe they will witness infinity... will live through infinity.'
'I know, but how will they ever know, because, no matter how long they live they could still wait another infinite number of equal infinities and still not know that the final end may still come, sometime.'
'Or they could just die and be done, of course, quite soon.'
'Of course. And dying of boredom may be quite possible too, if they try to survive infinity.'
'But they'll never know that they just died and were done.'
'Of course not.'
'That's a shame. I'd like to be reawakened just for a moment and told, That's it, you're done.'
'Not sure. Perhaps not.'
'No. Perhaps not.'
'Anyway, this is all just a waste of time.'
'Unless you have infinite time of course.'
'In which case, how are we going to occupy ourselves, forever?'
'I don't know.'
'Neither do I.'
'So we don't know.'
'No. We don't know.'