Hitchhiker's Guide? Just a guess, but it sounds like something from the Guide. 

THE UNIVERSE 

Hitchhiker's Guide? Just a guess, but it sounds like something from the Guide. 

True, there is not infinite space. Even if there were, that wouldn't imply that the population of space is zero. It'd be an extremely small number, but never zero. Anything divided by infinity would look something like 

"Every day should be a good day to die."
 Dave
Whoever said that needs to learn some math. Infinity is not a number, and it cannot be divided. The term "infinite number" means that there is no end, no limit. It does not mean that infinity is actually a number. The number of points in a line is infinite. There are an infinite number of segments in a line. There are an infinite number of a points in a segment. Lines have an infinite number of segments, but lines and segments both have an infinite number of points. It is the same in both cases. Saying that something is finite because it is part of the composition of infinity is false mathematical analysis. 

Bit of an echo, but this might help illustrate why infinity can't be played with like the OP suggests: The Hotel Ad Infinitum. 

Haha well, I love how you guys tried to pull apart the passage. I thought it was just something that was kind of funny and was not ment to be taken seriously. 

You have made a bit of fuss about things you don't understand. As well as we all cannot. Maybe it would be better to start from the inside? 

I'm tired being sorry.
I believe it's from The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, the second book in the series. 

If there is an infinite number of worlds (I think with that you mean universes), then there is an infinite number of habitated ones. Infinity divided by everything but 0 or negative values is still infinity, isn't it? 

“What a peculiar privilege has this little agitation of the brain which we call 'thought'” Hume
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