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Maybe there is both nothing and something.

 
 
Reply Thu 23 May, 2013 05:03 am
Ever since Leibniz and maybe before, philosophers and scientists have offered speculative answers to the question: Why is there something rather than nothing? Suppose existing things came in opposite pairs , e.g., positive universes and negative universes. Collectively, these oppposite pairs, although individually existent, would add up to zero or nothing. Therefore, universes could exist and still perserve nothingness.
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Reply Thu 23 May, 2013 05:14 am
@qquestioneruestioner,
It is as it is
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Reply Sun 26 May, 2013 09:33 am
@qquestioneruestioner,
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Therefore, universes could exist and still perserve nothingness.

Nothingness is normally the case. "Something" is shown in perception, understood and conceptualized as such empirical evidence for being by intellective activity. Both absent before life and after death, and from rocks, seas, planets, stars, etc. At least as the space/time reifier or transcendent realist takes those external views, distinctions, name tags and identifications / descriptions to still be applicable even independent of consciousness. Despite the prevailing blankness (LOL).
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