Dominic wrote:


> that that question itself is absurd, if there was 'nothing' and there
> was a 'why' to that 'nothing'; if it had a cause, then there wouldn't
> be nothing, there would be the cause: something.

The question is "why is there something", not "why is there nothing". The
question does not presuppose a "why" for nothing. 

"Nothing" does not require an explanation, whereas "something" would seem
to.

Jonathan Colvin


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