If the universe has existed forever, i.e. if the universe did not have a

If the universe has existed forever, i.e. if the universe did not have a

If the universe has existed forever, i.e. if the universe did not have a beginning, would the present time be possible? That is, if an infinite amount of time was necessary to get to the present time? And if this is so, does this mean the universe necessarily had a beginning?

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