Από το μηδέν στο άπειρο και από τη Γη στο πουθενά. translates "from the zero to infinity and from earth to nowhere"
Άπειρο comes from "apeiron", the origin of everything according to Anaximander, right?
"Apeiron" is the Greek word for infinity. Anaximander did not invent it, he just used the pre-existing word. So I would say that Anaximander's "apeiron" comes from the word άπειρον (άπειρο in modern greek). ;)
I know that, it's the question mark that made it unclear what your point was. The Greek version of the phrase is 'Στο άπειρο κι ακόμα παραπέρα!' (Hmm google translate got it right, I guess there are many instances of in on the internet...)