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Lets talk about nothing.
Nothing is where it all began and thats exactly where it will
all cease to exist.
A little word we use everyday to denote the lack of something,
never really gi...
Nothing is where it all began and thats exactly where it will all cease to exist.
A little word we use everyday to denote the lack of something, never really giving it all that much thought. But here is where most meta-physicists thrive, their home ground which they seek to navigate with a map that is inscribed with (thats right, you guessed it) nothing. A task that reeks of impossibility, it give most philosophers their daily buzz.
The whole existence of nothingness (quite a paradox, isnt it?)has been argued against and disproved by Parmenides who argues that-you could not know that which is not (that is impossible) nor utter it; for the same thing can be thought as can be [the same thing exists for thinking as for being]... That which can be spoken and thought must be; for it is possible for it, but not for nothing, to be;. Quite a bit of riddle isnt it? But then, theres philosophers for you.
To contemplate the nothing, one first has to truly understand existence, which is another task as futile as any. Why do things exist when it is all the more likely for them to not?
Its not just philosophers that claim territory in this domain but scientists as well. With the advent of quantum physics, this concept has led to various forms of theories being created and destroyed.
In the classic, Alices adventures in wonderland, Alice says, "'There's no use trying... one can't believe impossible things," to which the White Queen scathingly answers, "Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast." While not particularly meant to be an argument to summarize the concept of nothing, it does allow us to conceive the notion of perception as it were.
In conclusion, well, to be honest.I got nothing.