Can there exist Nothing in Something?

“Nothing” (in a philosophy of nothing) is recognized as an empty space, vacuum or empty void. But all these things are, in fact, something (and this usually sounds like an empty meaningless play and mixture with words). But logically speaking there can be no perfect state of nothing that is not in fact something.

Can there be something out of nothing?

Yes, said physicist Lawrence Krauss of Arizona State University, you really can get something from nothing and stay within the bounds of physical law.

What is it called when nothing exists?

Solipsism was first recorded by the Greek presocratic sophist, Gorgias (c. 483–375 BC) who is quoted by the Roman sceptic Sextus Empiricus as having stated: Nothing exists. Even if something exists, nothing can be known about it.

Why is there something when there could be nothing?

Leibniz thought that the fact that there is something and not nothing requires an explanation. The explanation he gave was that God wanted to create a universe – the best one possible – which makes God the simple reason that there is something rather than nothing.

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What is true nothingness?

What does this mean? Well, it means at least no objects (this table, etc.), no properties (it’s being made of wood, etc.), as well as no facts (the fact that it’s a table made of wood, etc). None of that sort of stuff. It also means nothing coming into existence, nothing existing, and nothing going out of existence.

Who Said Nothing comes from nothing?

philosopher Parmenides

“Ex nihilo nihil fit” or “Nothing Comes from Nothing” is a famous quote by the Presocratic philosopher Parmenides, and even though these three things at times can feel as if they appear completely by themselves – without an invitation, they are somehow eternal.

Can scientists create something from nothing?

A vacuum might seem like empty space, but scientists have discovered a new way to seemingly get something from that nothingness, such as light. And the finding could ultimately help scientists build incredibly powerful quantum computers or shed light on the earliest moments in the universe’s history.

How do I know I exist?

The only evidence you have that you exist as a self-aware being is your conscious experience of thinking about your existence. Beyond that you’re on your own. You cannot access anyone else’s conscious thoughts, so you will never know if they are self-aware. That was in 1644 and little progress has been made since.

Is reality an illusion?

The further quantum physicists peer into the nature of reality, the more evidence they are finding that everything is energy at the most fundamental levels. Reality is merely an illusion, although a very persistent one. What else can we do in the face of what scientists have discovered about reality? It’s unbelievable!

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What color is nothingness?

The absence of things, nothing, has no color because it’s not something you can see and color is only seen.

What does nothingness look like?

In an area of nothingness, there is the absence of anything to emit any light (or anything else) and the absence of anything that changes the color of any light (or anything else) passing through it. In short, absolute nothingness would look like, well, nothing.

Is absolute nothingness possible?

Therefore absolute nothingness is impossible. One moer point “nothingness” means “there not being anything (not something)”, and “be (being)” means “existence”, which according to your definition is an attribute – and an attribute can only be an attribute of something (anything).

What is nothingness in space?

With no particles or antiparticles, no matter or radiation, no identifiable quanta of any type in your Universe, all you’d have left is the void of empty space itself. To some, that’s the true scientific definition of “nothingness.”

Why is space dark?

Because space is a near-perfect vacuum — meaning it has exceedingly few particles — there’s virtually nothing in the space between stars and planets to scatter light to our eyes. And with no light reaching the eyes, they see black.

Is space same as nothingness?

Even classically, space is not nothing. According to GR, “empty” space can have an energy density (even if it’s zero). There can be no property associated with “nothing” for that would be a contradiction. And, from a QFT perspective, the vacuum is a state of something.

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Is Universe made of nothing?

Guth describes the universe as “a free lunch,” created out of “probabilistic fluctuations” in a “false vacuum.” Roughly speaking, he theorizes, the energy of gravity exactly cancels the universe’s non-gravitational energy. The result: The net energy content of the universe is exactly zero!

Who created the world?

According to Christian belief, God created the universe. There are two stories of how God created it which are found at the beginning of the book of Genesis in the Bible. Some Christians regard Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 as two totally separate stories that have a similar meaning.

How did the world began?

The Big Bang was the moment 13.8 billion years ago when the universe began as a tiny, dense, fireball that exploded. Most astronomers use the Big Bang theory to explain how the universe began.