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Re: 'nothing'

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Posted by King Johnny/">King Johnny on June 2, 1999 03:04:08 UTC

: What is nothing? Does it exist? If we remove all matter from space will it be nothing? What holds space? Does something always have to be contained in something else? If there is a God where does he exist? These questions I do not know the answer to, but maybe someone can help me further understand.

There is no "nothing". "Nothing" can not exist. If "nothing" can not exist then there couldn't have been a beginning to the Universe. There was no Big Bang and God didn't create the Universe. The Universe is infinite and eternal. God can't exist.

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