I've been trying to ponder this topic again lately, please bare with me and imagine this scenario:
If in the beginning there is only nothingness and if this nothingness exists solely by itself, doesn't that make nothingness also a "something" by
itself? In other words nothing and something are one and the same yet complete opposites of one another. In the beginning there is nothing, and that
nothing is something and vice versa... in the beginning there is something and that something is nothing...
Is this unity of a dichotomous concept only a matter of semantics or is there much more to it? Is this the paradox of all existence? Will it be
redundant and illogical to speculate that nothing exists outside of nothingness in the context of primordial birth of everything?
Do we use the term nothing by itself or nothing in itself? Do we have to use Sartre-esque terms? Do I sound like a lawyer who found a loophole in the
the law? Can I argue that my client is both innocent and guilty at the same time and get away with it? Either way I get paid if it's not a pro bono
On this note, I would like to request for a continuance your honors, that is all for now.
Request for a sidebar your honor... I was just wondering, why was DarkWaters' comment removed? Did DarkWaters just advised me to plea bargain or
commented that my case should be dismissed for lack of merit or for violating the rules of evidence in court?... oh, you can't tell me, nothing at all
to do with my post? Pardon me, I understand... I was just curious... On to the case then...
Your honors, with regards to the dichotomous unity of nothingness and somethingness and to further muddy the puddle, let us also speculate by
introducing the concept of consciousness in our scenario. Will nothingness still exist
without the concept of consciousness and will consciousness exist only by itself and be self-conscious?... Are you all still with me because I just
lost my train of thought?...
... and if we attribute the concept of infinity to nothingness,
can nothingness still be a nothingness by itself and be a nothingness that consciousness will still be conscious of? If there is something that
consciousness cannot be conscious of what shall we call it? Can we call it nothing? No?
Where Does the Mathematical Sign For Infinity Come From?
Please note the implied unity to the design of both symbols presented as Exhibit A & B, which brings me to the questions what is the opposite of
consciousness and the opposite of infinity? Please bare with me your honors, I'm trying to build my case here... I ... I think that my nose is
bleeding... and parts of my brain oozing through my ears... my I respectfully request for another continuance your honors?...
Light fades. Curtain.
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