You have to let your question sink in before it can be truly appreciated.
Unless you are talking about the religious believe that is what was prior to some god making order out of it all...but even then it's still about that which isn't, right?
Yes i think so also.
Religions chaos, sciences chaos, general chaos.
chaos; dict; complete confusion; utter disorder.
2 physics a state of disorder and irregularity that is an intermediate stage between highly ordered motion and entirely random motion. From Greek khaos.
Is chaos the opposite of order?
Was order once chaos?
Think about that word 'order' even in science we use the term 'order', what does 'order' mean? Order could easily mean controled or contolable.
So whos pulling the strings?
Did we have to tie or untie to be ordered?
That which isn't, yes and no,
no because that which isn't is nothingness it isn't. It does not. It can not. It is not.
yes because chaos is that which isn't everything anyhting but not nothing because chaos is still something is still chaos.
Chaos is the start of something, the start of everything possibly?
So chaos is the closest 'thing' there is to nothing.
yes in what you say because nothing can exist in chaos,
chaos can not exist but still is something,
chaos does not hold nor is held by existance and yet is not a nothing?
Do you see? because my glasses just went blurry and i need to clean my lenses.
How can something not be a nothing when it cannot exist?
Is there such that can survive outside of existance?