Imagine you have an infinite number of boxes, and each box contains one white marble and one black marble.
Half the marbles are white, which means that half of an infinite number are white. Half of infinity = infinity. But that particular version of infinity does not equal “everything,” because there’s another half of infinity (the black marbles). There is no number greater than infinity, but you can have infinity times two? “Infinite” does not equal “all”?
Star Trek TOS geeks, do you remember the robot Norman in the “I, Mudd” episode? His brain explodes, literally, when Mudd tells him, “I am lying.” That is exactly how I feel right now.