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59620Re: A More-Better Nothing

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  • Mary
    Mar 29, 2013
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      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?
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      > If nothing were unrest, it would not be nothing because there would be energy.
      >
      > > Can absolute rest cause something? Can it change states?
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      > 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.
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      > > Absolute unrest seems a more likely condition for effecting appearance.
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      > Unrest = something. Logically you can't have 'nothing' in unrest as then it has some type of energy. Any disturbance in nothing is something.
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      > 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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