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xxporkxsodaxx's avatar

Does nothing exist? I mean there always has to be something?

Asked by xxporkxsodaxx (1386points) April 6th, 2008
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samkusnetz's avatar

what is “nothing” to you? if you can observe it or discuss it, can it still be “nothing”?

theloveprophet's avatar

This makes no sense.
YOU ARE DREAMING!

kapuerajam's avatar

It depends on your definition of nothing but yes because if nothing dident exist neather wold any thing witch would be non-existent.

8lightminutesaway's avatar

nothing is the absence of existence. so by definition, “nothing” can’t exist for nothing to exist. quite the conundrum.

peedub's avatar

As in a vacuum?

xxporkxsodaxx's avatar

yea i guess you could say that to be true

8lightminutesaway's avatar

maybe.. but from a philosophical point, a vacuum is something. I suppose thats as close as you can get to nothing though. From a physics point, its impossible to have a complete vacuum. Furthermore, if you could have a complete vacuum, once you accelerate it, particles would start to appear and the temperature would begin to rise suggesting there had to be some form of something there to begin with.
Maybe the past is nothing, because it doesn’t exist, or even the future. What do you guys think?

peedub's avatar

You expressed it better than I could

jcs007's avatar

Antimatter?

Opposite of something = ANTIMATTER! =)

monsoon's avatar

its funny how people answer these questions so matter-of-factly. “Blah blah blah so no.” :)

annaott22's avatar

well when my bank account says 0.00 that pretty much means that nothing is existing in it!

xxporkxsodaxx's avatar

but 3 zeros and a decimal point are existing in it

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