Re: Why is there something instead of nothing?

From: Hal Finney <>
Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2003 23:12:41 -0800

How do you know the premise is true, that there is something instead
of nothing? Maybe there could be both something and nothing. Or maybe
the existence of "nothing" is consistent with our own experiences.

I don't think all these terms are well enough defined for the question
to have meaning in its simple form. It's easy to put words together,
but not all gramatically correct sentences are meaningful.

Hal Finney
Received on Sun Nov 16 2003 - 02:22:44 PST

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