Imagine a Giant (but finite) computer with a storage capacity of G bits (where G< infinity).
That computer could store one Giant number that is G bits long.
Or that computer could store a Giant number, G of one bit values.
Neither distribution comports with that of Gaussian distribution found in Nature.
Instead, in a finite and bound Universe,
the number line holds only a finite set of number points,
with vast voids in between,
not an infinite set with no voids as we were taught in math class.