could one say that this question is not possible to resolve with logical thinking?
Thank you. :yinyang:
Does an existent have to be some thing? If everything is Being, is Being a thing?
The interesting thing about "nothing" is that it represents the sub-consciousness. It embodies Something we dont know against something we do. Again its just a word, but the opposition is there. In your head.
Being is in the highest degree of abstraction. It is more apt to say that every "thing" is a being, rather than being is a thing. All that IS is being, whether it exists only in the mind or also outside the mind. Existence is tantamount to being.
Being is an abstraction? I doubt this.
What happens when the space is smaller than the smalest particle/piece of energy? Can one do that? Always make a space smaller? If so then there is such a thing as nothing.
Agreed. And by presenting an opposition , although it cannot be,It can present an argument which can make a topic so complex, that one loses sight of the fact that the other is actually agreeing with them.
Nothing absence of everything correct
Nothing "is" the ansence of everything wrong
You cannot use "is" to try and define nothing :perplexed:
o o o o o .
Assume the universe is everything, Then squeeze the whole lot back into a singularity, this included space time matter dimension energy everything back to an invisible point, that point is "not now nothing it has become everything".
Eliminate the singularity push it out of existence, you cannot say "what" "is" "left" "is" nothing because using those words means it exists but it does not exist
The best way I can think of stating this impossible concept is to say everything that was all of existence is gone :perplexed:
The singularity is not nothing it has now become everything :perplexed:
Think about it longer and you will lose your mind
oo o o o o o . .
I've been debating this subject for some time with a lot of people and I've always taken the view that "nothing" does not exist. No matter where you are in the universe their is something.
One example that always gets asked is about space. If you take a small parcel of space in any given place in the universe their still is "something" because the way I see it their are gamma rays, light rays, etc. Even if "nothing" did exist you would have to witness it through something, which means that it is not nothing since the nothing would be in the presense of something.
Does this make sense? Any ideas? Is it a valid argument?