Don't bite my head off here right away, I'm only a high school student. I was thinking about the vacuum of space, and to me it just seems odd that there's nothing there. If there was really nothing there, would it really exist? Absolute zero does not exist, there's no space, time or anything else for that matter - it's unimaginable; yet at the same time, here, we have space and dimensions. I mean, something is creating the space that is there/here all around us. I know for one that I create space by occupying it, so if I create space, wouldn't the same material create space everywhere else? But, in a much more dispersed state that we can't detect? I mean, what else is out there, known to us that can create space - the only thing I can think of is matter!? Well what if we dissolve matter to such a point where it's undetectable by any instrument, yet there's enough of it to create space, wouldn't that occupy all the space in the universe?