Does the absurd exist? All things known to exist, exist as natural phenomena, and exist in causal connection with everything else. Outside of that, any postulated existence can be attributed as absurd, and can not be claimed to exist. Let us explore this some further. What can we in fact know, and how can we know things? Firstly, the things we know in first instance are the things we can perceive through our own, or artificial senses. This thus means that there must be a causal connection between the thing we observe, and the observer, else the observation can not take place. But there are things, we can not directly observe. Are they therefore inexistent? No, not necessarily. We can know about things also through indirect observation. We can for example postulate the existence of astronomic objects which are not directly detected, due to the influence this objects has on other, observable objects. Depending on the trustworthiness of the indirect observation and the causal connection assumed in that case, requiring the existence of that object, it can be said that that postulated objects exists. The world of things that can be known to exist, therefore are limited to the fact that either they can be observed directly, or indirectly. This will limit concrete knowledge. Apart from the knowable world, in theoretical debates, a lot of things outside of that domain can be postulated to exist. One class of things that can be distinhuished of things that could in principle exist, is the class of speculated objects/things. These are objects or things that are not known (either through direct observation or indirect observation) at the time, but might exists, and are in theory knowable to exist (through either direct or indirect observation). A specific class of objects or things, is defined in such a way that even in theory, this thing or object can not become part of the world of knowable things. We shall name this class of objects and things: the absurd. Objects and things that belong to the absurd can for instance be the defined actors outside of matter, space and time, which by definition are things that can not even in theory have causal connection with anything else that is known to exist, which makes their existence not even speculative, but absurd, since it is by definition unknowable. The objects and things that belong to the absurd are therefore declared as inexisting. Formal reasoning:  Absurd things don't exist  God is absurd  Therefore: God does not exist Note however that even though the absurd misses real existence, this does not withdraw any mind for nevertheless postulating their existence, writing about it, etc. Even though (or perhaps: precisely because!) the absurd misses real existence, they are a great source for storytellers, comic writers, and movie makers. In this way, it can be said that the absurd has a secondary form of existence: that of the mind. So, don't be surprised that even when Gods belonging to the absurd don't exist, still a lot of stories and tales are told over and over again.