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Re: A Couple Infinites

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Posted by Jay Sigal/">Jay Sigal on March 15, 1999 01:59:30 UTC

: I will be brief in defining absolute nothingness.

: If the ideology of nothingness can in anyway be coined to that of infinitism, it has just contradicted what nothingness is; therefore it was never nothingness in the first : place. Absolute nothing is absent from any description that could describe 'its' existence, because...

>>>>>>> Because [ my conjecture ] "nothingness" may only exist - INSIDE - a "reality" existing as "somethingness".

>>>>>>> If one were INSIDE a "reality" called "nothingness" i.e. [NO - THING - NESS ] by definition - no-thing may exist, not even the concept of [ nothingness ] itself, for it is inside [a concept called] nothingness... something CANNOT exist inside nothing.

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it is not in a state of existence. Therefore, how can one state : that nothingness is infinite? If this were true, one would be forced to ask what this nothingness is infinite of! Is nothingness infinite of nothing? This sounds as : ludicrous as suggesting that time is infinite and the universe is in static existence. This would be synonymous as trying to jump out of a bottomless pit.

: If I could make one scientific point out of my philosophical conjecture, it would be this... : )

: If the universe has been in existence for an infinity, then I would have to say that we would have reached our current state of entropy an eternity ago...

: -nåte

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