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59620Re: A More-Better Nothing

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  • Mary
    Mar 29, 2013
      Perhaps nothing is stateless and unlimited. Nothing can't be described, because it's the complete opposite of being. Or maybe nothing is exactly the same as being.

      Mary

      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "fictiveparrot" <knott12@...> wrote:
      >
      > > How might the two arguments go in defense
      > > of nothing-as-rest or nothing-as-unrest?
      >
      > If nothing were unrest, it would not be nothing because there would be energy.
      >
      > > Can absolute rest cause something? Can it change states?
      >
      > The thing that I was suggesting is that a state of rest may have limitations. To become anything other than nothing, something would be created. It isn't the same as nothing turning into something -- at least not exactly.
      >
      > > Absolute unrest seems a more likely condition for effecting appearance.
      >
      > Unrest = something. Logically you can't have 'nothing' in unrest as then it has some type of energy. Any disturbance in nothing is something.
      >
      > Just to say it for the sake of consistency: this is just how I am thinking of it. I can claim no validity of the model. I find it pleasing.
      >
      > Maurie Lesser
      >
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