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Negative matter is to regular matter as negative numbers are to positive numbers. Anti-matter is a phenomena that exists within our positive Universe, it isn't negative matter. In negative space there would be negative-anti-matter.
I'm calling BS. You relate this theory to math by comparing positive and negative integers. I understand that every number has a negative and if you put them together you get 0 or whatever balance... but when you introduce anti-matter, negative-matter, and regular matter, you are talking about another aspect of existence than cannot be compared using math.
You're correct, and your logic would seem to be flawless. But that's simply not how it works. How could anything exist if true nothingness wasn't prone to change? The answer is: nothing would exist in that case. The mere fact we are sitting here proves that something must have come from nothing. And you can't say everything was simply here all along, because there's absolutely no logic in that. Thus we can naturally assume that the neutral state of reality if in fact a state of nothingness.
I'm confused and must stop you towards the very top of your original post. You state that, "the chances of absolutely nothing happening in an infinite amount of time is 0".
This makes absolutely no sense. If we have true nothingness, then we should (and must) expect it to remain so. The chance of something coming from it are 0. The chance that it remains nothing is 100%. What else can nothingness become but nothingness?
That does not make sense. I can see what you are trying to convey, but you clearly aren't understanding the concept properly.
So we have this equation: 1+1=2. ( mother + father = you)
This makes more sense. And yes it is possible. There is a theory which states the Big Bang was initiated when two hyper-dimensional membranes collided.
So to extrapolate this in short, is it not possible that the Big Bang (which apparently appeared from 0), was the result of another interaction of 1+1 that we have no knowledge about? Is it possible that it appeared from ANOTHER physical interaction beyond our comprehension?