It may be a freshman philosophy question, but it can't be a physics question because you are dealing with issues occurring before our known physics were established.

Hal Ruhl wrote:

At 02:37 PM 1/18/2005, you wrote:

I remember your previous posts on "nothing", and how it decays.
However, this concept requires an intelligence to be present with "nothing" to cause nothingness to decay, does it not? It is intelligence and consciousness which defines things and makes relative comparisons.
Danny Mayes

Actually no. The meaningful question that the Nothing must resolve is its own stability - persistence. This is the case in both models. It is a freshman physics question. The Nothing must resolve it but can not. This causes the decay into a Something if you will in both models. In the model free of an "All" once this happens it continues to complete itself by some path. This is a creation of information scenario. Choice is the way to do this.


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