Something arrives from ex nihlio - out of nothing. But, something can be anything until defined as a value. At question is if nothing is absolute zero or the null set. Perhaps I have that wrong . . . at least it was fun.
by PhoenixV21 months ago
Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing?Regarding all of reality.
by David Kuriny20 months ago
Why is there something rather than nothing?The seemingly simplistic question regarding literally "The Meaning of Life"
by Don W7 years ago
Last year in a series of lectures, one of which titled 'Life, the Universe and Nothing', physicist Lawrence Krauss suggested that the question 'why something rather than nothing' has been answered by science - there was...
by Simone Eschle5 years ago
If not a Gor or gods - then how did our little dull Universe sprang from the dust?
by jacobkuttyta4 years ago
Why does God choose some and reject others?
by Ron Hooft6 years ago
I'm interested in your thoughts. Not how. I'm not interested in the idea that a god did it or not. I am interested in your thoughts on why there is something instead of nothing.
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