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Posted by Alan on September 19, 2001 21:22:39 UTC

An empty set is an empty SET. To use the word 'set' places a 'boundary', and a 'boundary' is a 'something'. It appears that concepts like 'vacuum', 'zero', 'nothing', 'empty'; all reduce to 'no thing', thus require a comparison reference to 'thing' i.e. 'something'.

You always have a 'boundary' situation; the 'infinite eternal' is the source of all 'boundaries', the source of all existence, the Creator, EXISTENCE. God is at the true boundary of every phenomenon.

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