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Posted by Nothingness on June 29, 2000 04:03:39 UTC

Here goes nothingness.

If you have absolutely nothingness, then wouldn`t you have an absolute vacuum?
Such a vacuum would be impossible to create even by science.

So for untold infinities, nothing and this perfect vacuum existed.



Something that was infinitely small expanded and became infinitely large, the Universe.

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