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Posted by Tim on May 11, 2003 00:43:28 UTC

"Q1: Did the beginning start with a "Big Bang?
In the beginning there was nothing, a state of pure Nothingness. The singularity did not exist. One moment there was nothing, and then there was something. There appeared a soup of pure Energy everywhere at once and by no means uniform, but totally random in nature."

i don't know if there was a beginning. it is hard to imagine a moment when there was pure Nothingness. the idea of "moment" implies time which would make the nothingness a bit impure.
perhaps one could say there was no time when there was nothing. this would imply however that there has always been something.

hmm, seems i have nothing more to say

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