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Re: Absolute Nothing Does Not Exist

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Posted by TJ on February 8, 2000 03:03:10 UTC

: Absolute nothingness does not exist.Anything that occupies space is something even vacuum is something inside space. : : Its because something we are here. : : As long as we do not know the truth : : since something is always there to be studied its always better we go in this direction. : : Also note even now we do not know how electromagnetic waves travel in space where propogating medium is we do not know what.

: Absolute nothingness does so exist. Vacuum is a quantum foam of virtual particles. We are here by pure accident. We will never know the truth. As we will never know the truth there will always be something to study. It's better to go in this direction. I know how electromagnetic waves propagate. it's all to do with blancmange nyahh, nyah, ny-nyah, hyahhhh.

: Yelmalio - Ooop, Ack, Thwooop.

: P.S. Zephram, you are actually J. Scott Miller, aren't you?

You do not know how electromagnetic waves travel had You Known !!! you would not have agreed nothing exist.

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