Jean Paul Sartre
This implies there exist billions of relations between physical and non-physical entities that collectively make up the universe. However, each one of us defines existence based on personal perspective. For instance, we are aware of human existence and the physical infrastructure around us. However, existence is much more than what we can perceive with our five common senses. From Sartre’s bulb moment on superfluous existence, it can be argued that existence, just like universe, is infinite.