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Non Existencre Of ANYTHING.

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Posted by Alexander on November 8, 2001 21:18:14 UTC

If ANYTHING exists, then you can use logic by assigning 1 to existence of this object and 0 to lack of existence. That is how math originate, and that is why it is accurate in predicting behaviour of existing objects.

But it (math) is even accurate in description of NON-EXISTING objects - just keep symbol 0 for non-existing objects.

So, if NOBODY or NOTHING exists, 0 is still 0.

Or do you think that 0 does not make sense if no one have a paper to write it down? Or a pen is missing? Or a person who suppose to write it down is late or did not show up?

Remove objects one by one and ask yourself if 0 is still 0. What difference does removing one or another object makes?

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