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Posted by LegendLength/">LegendLength on March 29, 1999 16:31:47 UTC

: Or, why does anything at all exist? : : Wouldn't a state of nothingness by itself remain : itself? : : Therefor, the existence of something from nothing : requires an extingent entity that is transcendent : along the bounds of time.

I don't understand why so many people believe we were created at all, via the big bang or creation. Until someone sets up an experiment which creates matter/energy out of a vacuum, I will stick to what logic suggests which is that things have always existed, and always will.

But I'm not a scientist so I could be wrong. Can they create matter out of nothing? (no sarcasm). Or is matter dissapearing or being added to the universe by an internal/external force?

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