Wouldn't it be INVISIBLE instead of black??Originally posted by UltraPi1
Let me try this again.
Here is a depiction of nothing.
This is also what space looks like if space does not act upon you.
APPLAUSE ! !Originally posted by UltraPi1
This is what I term - A fundamental entity. Which is nothing inside it. Nothing outside it, and the concept of it.
Entities ARE the logical equivalent of 'nothing' . . . just not all compiled into a single point (unless you take an 'infinite' point of view and then they have no (Ø) size). They are comprised of countervalent sub qualities (+1-1)
?????????????Originally posted by UltraPi1
There is no physicality to it at all. It's there, but not physically.
If something is present in the Universe, it is - by definition - a PHYSICAL reality - whether it be space or matter
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