posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 04:38 PM
Originally posted by The GUT
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
I think she should leave it blank and we can see if we can argue/debate about, nothing.
Good idea. I say there is no such thing as "nothing." Your turn.
But if nothing doesn't exist, then surely this absence of being would be nothing, which must exist for it to be defined as such and therefore, by the
fact that it can be defined, must be something, which means it isn't nothing, it's something, which implies that there isn't nothing because if it is
nothing, then its something.
Perhaps we can explain it more rigorously with a little algebra:
nothing = no thing
something = some thing
As we have previously proven with logic that 'nothing = something', we can say:
no thing = some thing
If we remove like terms, we get:
no = some
Using the rules of semiotic analysis, we note that the word "no" is a common abbreviation for the word "number" and the word "some" and the word "sum"
are homophonic (and perhaps even homophobic, but that is off-topic to this thread). This leads to the statement that "number(s) are sum(s)".
A quick review of this statement reveals that it is true and so proves the conjecture as mathematically provable and true.
Um, what was the question? Nurse... nurse...
edit on 28/11/2012 by chr0naut because: Had to correct my bad spelunctuation