The emergence of spacetime as we understand is only possible given the persistent existence of infinity, beyond primitive notions of beginnings and ends. The Big Bang or any other description of a Universal emergence can only possibly exist given an infinite Universe that has no beginning and no end. Time is essentially our experience of motion relative to observation. The potential rules governing such observation relative to motion are infinite, therefore time is infinite. The idea that light moving at 300,000 km/sec in a vacuum is the only possible means of perceiving the Universe is absurd. The potential for our biological experience of time is tied into a limitation on our fundamental capacity for processing information characterized by the finite speed of light, which is the core characteristic of our emergent experience. Space is what is observed, time is how we observe it. Both exist relative to each other, and both exist ultimately as infinity. Infinity is not that which is endless beyond any possible description, it is a definitive collection of an infinity of unique finite experiences. Our finite observations of reality exist collectively as an eternal continuum comprised by an infinity of self perpetuating infinities (every infinity spawning an infinity of relative infinities characterized by finite observation that can never be described with 100% accuracy. Hence, the zeptosecond for example, is the smallest unit of time we have ever measured, but it is not a fundamental unit of time- infinity is. We will be able to make more and more precise measurements of time forever if we so wish). In this simple understanding it is clear that the only thing that can be perfectly described, but never perfectly understood, is infinity. The Universe is infinite, and all attempts to understand it are fundamentally flawed until or unless the information processed is infinite. Hence the only way to truly understand the Universe as a whole is to have an infinite mind with no beginning and no end. If humans today were granted immortality, and lived forever increasing our collective capacity for information processing as we go, we would still not fit this description, because we have a definitive beginning or emergence, which is directly reflective of our observation of light which granted us our beginning. But try to pinpoint the exact moment of that emergence down to a fundamental unit of time and you will never succeed. That which is infinitely great is also infinitely small. Many scientists believe a belief in God is irrational, but the only thing that is irrational is believing that science will triumph above all else and lift humanity into a purely rational existence. There will always be a greater understanding waiting to be found, more and more information to process and more and more to experience and learn. As we learn, as we grow and move forward, every attempt to understand the Universe will be fundamentally flawed because none of us is God. Nothing is perfect, everything is perfect.