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When There Was Nothing

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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on August 29, 2003 20:45:56 UTC

When "Nothing" existed, at one moment (one point), I believe that Time (or GOD) did not exist. As in, they were not tangible/intangible objects. This is what I am referring to when I say "Before Time". And thus ask anyone if it is possible or do they believe if there could be such a thing as a "Moment" that did not represent any time whatsoever?


I am of the belief that there was an "Absolute Beginning" when neither GOD nor TIME existed. How did it "really" start, well, that is left for "The Imagination, Common Sense, and an ounce of faith" at this point, until other evidence presents itself...

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