I want to make it clear that in my sentence and re the details of my
post that in my corrected sentence:
"Universes do not arise out of nothing but rather out of the mere
possibility of Nothing and All."
the "... mere possibility of Nothing and All." is a simultaneous
possibility since as I point out in my post the Nothing and my All
are the two resulting sub lists of a single division of the full list
of all possible features of objects and ideas. For reasons that I
have pointed to in other posts these from one list to two sub lists
divisions of the full list are just what are called definitions.
The result is that it is not nothing or something or other such
exclusive or's but rather both Nothing and All simultaneously. This
is what makes the "reality" of Nothing and All unavoidable.
- Re: Let There Be Something Hal Ruhl