I have some difficulty in understanding why "nothing" is so underrated in scientific research, as it seems to be the "container" for everything, some guidance would be appreciated. I an certainly not trained in the sciences, and I am not suggesting how you would go about removing all particles/energy, but lets assume that it can be done. My logic then goes like this. Remove all particles from the Universe and you get a vacuum, but it still contains protons neutrons gravitational waves etc. So remove all of that and you have a quantum vacuum but this also contains some particles that pop into and out of existence and some electromagnetic waves. So remove all of that and you are left with pure nothing for want of a better word, something that contains no time, no size, no scientific laws, in fact what was there before the "big bang" a container for everything yet to come, it could be infinitely large and infinitely small at the same time, would allow light to travel "faster than light" as it enters it as there are no scientific laws to stop it, it would be a connection between the alternate universes in the Multiverse. It might even help explain dark matter/energy and the apparent accelerating nature of our Universe.