So to say that nothing is, is just an artefact of our language since without anything a temporal dimension doesn't make sense.
Even in a theoretical perfect vacuum, the laws of the universe are present - awaiting matter. This "nothing" is not nothing, only devoid of matter. Some might phrase this as "nothingness." Not nothing.
"First there was nothing, then there was existence"
Have you ever heard of "Vacuum Genesis"?
posted on 12/10/2004 11:34:35 AM PST
Even in a theoretical perfect vacuum, the laws of the universe are present - awaiting matter.
Space is something so a theoretically perfect vacuum is not what I was referring to.
posted on 12/10/2004 12:11:10 PM PST
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