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Why there's something and not nothing 2

Trying to understand the very nature of our existence and reality.

Peacekeeper
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Unread post Sat Mar 10, 2018 11:29 pm

Hi! :thumbsup: I edited my explanation about this subject a bit (grammar etc.). My old topic: viewtopic.php?f=50&t=3001

This topic is about theoretical science of being (existence itself). Simply why and how we and everything around us does exist. My explanation is based on systematic logic. I think anyone who was good at school, should understand this. Attention! Please don't mix my theory with theories by other people! This is my very own explanation. You need to question everything.

Why is there something rather than nothing? First you should realize that the best proof for your very own existence, is of course yourself. You can see the things around you, you can feel, hear, touch, move, etc. You know you're there.
Now to solve the question, why something is there instead of nothing, you need to figure out why nothingness can't be in the first place. It would be wise first to define (describe) the meaning of nothingness. Nothingness simply means that there's nothing at all. Therefore whatever seems logic or makes sense to you, has no meaning whatsoever if there's nothing at all. Nothingness can't be, because if there's nothing at all, the meaning of nothingness can't be either. That is the reason why something is there instead of nothing.
And to uncover the mysteries of existence itself, you only need to grasp the exact opposite meaning of nothingness. And that's simply everythingness (something). Everythingness is there without a beginning (always there). Without a beginning, because nothingness can't be at all. And without a beginning, there can't be an end either.
Best way to define (describe, express) the meaning of everythingness, would be limitlessness. Limitlessness simply means that there's no limit to existing things. To put it another way: Everythingness (limitlessness) is self-exciting and inexhaustible. And that of course is only possible without a beginning, because anything that has a beginning, can't be limitless.

This knowledge also solves many other questions, like:

Is there a god? To solve this question, first you need to define (describe) the meaning of a god. A god is who created everything (a god is a creator) and is almighty. But everythingness is there without a beginning (always there). Therefore a god is not necessary if everythingness is there anyway.

Are we alone? There are limitless of beings, worlds and realities.

Why do I dream when I sleep? Logically because you stop being here when you fall asleep. But without a beginning, there can't be an end either. That means you can't end. If you're not here, you're elsewhere. The same applies to death. Life can only change, however it can never end. Therefore death and the life before this one, is only an illusion.

Is this real what I see and experience in my dreams? It is only as real as here and now. This is because there's no the realest place. They're all real. Things like the best of all, ultimate, uppermost or simpy things like god, don't exist among everythingness (limitlessness). Also a life as a human being and its physics (body), is only 1 of limitless other kinds of being.

That's it! You can however imagine forever what else is out there, wherever and whatever. I only brought you in.


Tell me what you think about it! :rock:

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HappyOwl
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Unread post Tue Apr 23, 2019 1:24 pm

I agree, "Nothing" can't exist.. At least for the small fraction it might be, though comes unnoticeable. & God can be the greater answer to things we can't explain. (& I wouldn't be able to prove a creator to you/someone else in that sense) Though having faith is a big part of it. It is definitely something > nothing, otherwise would be nothing until its something again.

Peacekeeper
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Unread post Thu May 09, 2019 11:59 pm

HappyOwl wrote:
Tue Apr 23, 2019 1:24 pm
I agree, "Nothing" can't exist.. At least for the small fraction it might be, though comes unnoticeable. & God can be the greater answer to things we can't explain. (& I wouldn't be able to prove a creator to you/someone else in that sense) Though having faith is a big part of it. It is definitely something > nothing, otherwise would be nothing until its something again.
Read my other topic "Simplest Explanation 2". God doesn't exist I can tell you upfront. And if you truly want to know the answer you will need to put everything into question first, every single detail you can think of!

glrecom
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Unread post Sat Aug 03, 2019 8:12 pm

Will you answer this for me, Peacekeeper?

1. What is the answer to 0 divided by 1?
2. What is the meaning of life?

Peacekeeper
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Unread post Wed Aug 07, 2019 8:11 pm

glrecom wrote:
Sat Aug 03, 2019 8:12 pm
Will you answer this for me, Peacekeeper?

1. What is the answer to 0 divided by 1?
2. What is the meaning of life?
Question 1 I already answered in another thread.
Question 2 I already answered in another thread too.

Sanford_P
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Unread post Sun Oct 20, 2019 4:45 pm

The universe is not limitless. Matter is not limitless. Infinity is a mathematical construct, nothing more.

If you embrace the Big Bang Theory, then all the matter in the universe existed in one place at one time. All means all, not unlimited. It also means the universe had a beginning- if you accept the BBT.

The limitless universe thesis is only a little more difficult to refute. It is likely that the term "limited but boundless" applies to the universe in three dimensions. Let me explain. A circle is limited but boundless in one dimension. It has no edges, no end, yet the line that makes it has a finite distance. Likewise, a sphere like the earth is limited but boundless in two dimensions. One can travel the earth forever without encountering the end. Einstein was the first to advance the idea of curved space. I believe he postulated that if you go far enough in one direction, you will find yourself back where you started.

"Limited but Boundless" is accepted by most theoretical physicists- but not proven of course. My point in all this is that the universe does not have to be limitless, nor to a lot of scientists in the field believe it is. Here is a link
https://www.quora.com/The-universe-is-l ... -that-mean

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