posted on Jul, 23 2015 @ 04:30 AM
The concept of 'Nothing' would be impossible. There is always 'something'. Imagine an enclosed cube, 1m Square. You can remove everything from this
cube. Light, all electromagnetic waves, all particles-total vacuum. You could argue that the box you have created contains nothing or that the
internal volume is now composed of 'nothing'.
You have removed everything physical from this space but it still has distance, you can measure its volume and distance from edge to edge, time would
also still exist within. Gravity and magnetism would still exist as forces that can act through this nothingness...........So there is still
True nothingness would have to be the absence of everything including time and measurable distances.
We create our world around us and define everything by measurement, so, true nothingness would be immeasurable by its very definition! So, how would
you be able to say that there is 'nothing'? You cant measure it? There is no scale by which you can say, "yup, thats good, now we have nothing"
My opinion based on the above, you cant have 'Nothing', it cant exist. Even as a concept.
This discussion is bringing 'nothing' into existence just by talking about it.
'Nothing' has now become 'something'
edit on 23/7/2015 by waveydavey because: (no reason given)