That's a misquote; the real title is "Five things physicists hate about physics". Right, but as the article states, this "there is no infinity"-claim is without evidence, but that was not was I was referring to. I was asking mainly about the last part of what I quoted: "Even the energy content of the universe is thought to be finite." You haven't given any source for that. The universal expansion isn't about the universe getting bigger, it's about distances increasing. Take an infinite universe. Now make it twice as large. The universe is still infinite in size, but all internal distances have doubled. I see no contradiction there? And nobody claimed otherwise. Irrelevant; we're talking about spatial infinity, not temporal infinity.