On metaphysical nihilism: "One way of interpreting such a statement would be: It is impossible to distinguish 'existence' from 'non-existence' as there are no objective qualities, and thus a reality, that one state could possess in order to discern between the two. If one cannot discern existence from its negation, then the concept of existence has no meaning; or in other words, does not 'exist' in any meaningful way."
there must be a electromagnetic field between the electron and the proton , hence the balance between attraction
If two electromagnetic fields overlap each other, does this not mean that they are occupying the same space, therefore negating the pauli exclusion principle? Maybe I'm using this wrong. On the SMALLEST scale though (how funny it is to emphasize the word smallest with capital letters, haha) in between the waves of an electromagnetic field, is there a void?
we exist of course , because the form exists
How can you exist if you cannot discern existence from its negation (non-existence)? The concept of existence has no meaning because there are no objective qualities (and thus a reality) of non-existence and existence.