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    Senior Member Drezoryx's Avatar
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    Default Does this make sense ?

    Does the following make any sense to anyone here in context of true nature of things/god/universe?

    axiom: nothing comes from nothing.

    extrapolating from the above and defining nothing as no-one-thing.

    no one thing comes from no one thing, which implies every - thing comes from no one thing, implies everything comes from everything. That means everything (including itself comes from everything) which means when it comes its already there, without which every thing else would not exist, therefore everything exists spontaneously and everything does not exist spontaneously.

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    "no one thing comes from no one thing, which implies every - thing comes from no one thing"

    Why?

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    take the example of an onion, peel it away at the end nothing but space remains or nothing remains, same with anything else, metal - take it down to atoms, keep breaking/peeling it down, nothing but space remains. reconstructing everything in reverse and viola everything comes from nothing/space/vacuum.
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    I sense that nothing can come from this thread.
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    If someone says nothing is better than having you. Does that mean that you are the best take or does that mean that your so worthless that having nothing would be better than having you.

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    implication: everything comes from something.
    Last edited by Stillow; 10-16-2009 at 06:30 PM. Reason: duh! literal moment, okay life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    If someone says nothing is better than having you. Does that mean that you are the best take or does that mean that your so worthless that having nothing would be better than having you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    I sense that nothing can come from this thread.
    not all bad, some jokes have started trickling in

    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    If someone says nothing is better than having you. Does that mean that you are the best take or does that mean that your so worthless that having nothing would be better than having you.
    either ways it would be an exercise in self deception as per the hypothesis of true nature of things both are nothing including the statement maker, or there is essentially no difference between them.
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    if this makes sense please say so, if it doesn't say so... reasons would be appreciated
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    Quote Originally Posted by slumdogtrillionaire View Post
    if this makes sense please say so, if it doesn't say so... reasons would be appreciated
    It sounds like you might have a decent idea in the making there, but I don't really understand the details or why you find this idea to be important.
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