Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by thinking, Jun 29, 2009.
would it not be true that the infinity of the existence of energy/matter would be a true statement ?
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Let me work my way through the negatives in your question.
Would it not be true (i.e. would it be false) that the infinity of energy/matter would be a true statement?
Would it be false that the infinity of energy/matter would be a true statement?
My answer: Yes, because the infinity of energy/matter is not a statement at all.
Hmm... but maybe you meant to ask "Is it true that energy/matter exist forever?"
My answer to that is: yes, as far as our current understanding of the universe goes.
Have I answered your question?
yes until you said ' yes, as far as our current understanding of the universe goes. "
the thing is though without the infinity of the existence of energy/matter , something would never become
Something would never become... what?
When you begin a sentence you should
Yes. Sentences that trail off into nothing are
Thinking .... are you from northern Europe/Scandinavia/Denmark ???
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because the infinity of nothing begates nothing , nothing is the exact and complete opposite to something
so then what is the difference between something and nothing ?
something has , dimension ( breadth , length and depth ) , movement, change ( or time if that makes you feel more comfortable ) , ability to interact with other somethings and has space , the room to manifest
Why are you giving nothing attributes?
Oh, probably because you
to make my point about the infinity of the existence of energy/matter and therefore something
it was necessary to point out the down falls of nothing , in the hope to make my point clear
and really it should make my point clear
Nothing has down falls? Isn't that not a true statement?
Not English his first language, I don't think.
You do not think that English is not his first language?
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so language is the problem
not the Reasoning
Perhaps you should reword your OP? I don't understand what you are asking.
no the OP is fine the way it is
if you don't understand the OP ask me a question(s)
No, it's not.
What is the meaning of your OP?
No it isn't fine. Your OP makes no sense, you haven't made any statement.
"the infinity of the existence of energy/matter..."......what?
You haven't completed the sentence.
Separate names with a comma.