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because nothing(the absence of something) doesnt itself exist?
i dont know man, im retarded.

 >> Anonymous Wed May 15 19:09:27 2019 No.10646605 What is the point of this garbage thread?
 >> Anonymous Wed May 15 19:35:40 2019 No.10646658 >>10646605Nothing.
 >> Anonymous Wed May 15 21:15:44 2019 No.10646872 >>10646591Typically we put "nothing" into a different category than actualy realized an observable things. When we ask why there is something rather than nothing we don't quantify over the "nothing" part because it's not what we mean and intend to express.Since nothing is the negation of something this would essentially be P and NOTP because "nothing" would be both nothing and "something". Contradictions are bad so we don't do this. The humanities board is better for this sort of thing.
 >> Anonymous Wed May 15 21:18:23 2019 No.10646874 >>10646591this physics based board, not meta-physical.
 >> Anonymous Wed May 15 21:20:22 2019 No.10646877 How can the absence of existence "exist"? It's a nonsense statement.
 >> Anonymous Wed May 15 21:21:30 2019 No.10646885
 >> Anonymous Wed May 15 21:26:45 2019 No.10646894 >>10646872Logic is part of maths. This is an exercise in simple logic.
 >> Anonymous Wed May 15 21:29:09 2019 No.10646905   The existence of nothingness is wholly dependent on there not being something. We know that there is something. Therefore, we also know that there isn't nothing. This question should never even be asked because it's very premise is fundamentally illogical.
 >> Anonymous Wed May 15 21:30:25 2019 No.10646907 The existence of nothingness is wholly dependent on there not being something. We know that there is something. Therefore, we also know that there isn't nothing. This question should never even be asked, because its very premise is fundamentally illogical.
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