On 14 Jan 2014, at 19:05, Edgar L. Owen wrote:
'Non-existence cannot exist', obviously refers to the existence of
Then it is circular.
not to milk in your refrigerator! Existence must exist means
something must exist, whether it's milk or whatever. Individual
things have individual localized existences, but existence (reality)
itself is everywhere because it defines the logical space of reality
by its existence.
That is not intelligible.
The Axiom of Existence means there was never a nothingness out of
which somethingness (the universe) was created.
Assuming that there is a "universe". But then you do not explain why
there is something. You just assume this. You axiom is "something
Milk is created by female mammals in case you had some doubt?
Next question: Reality IS a computational MACHINE in the general
sense of machine.
That is digital physics, which is refuted.
Thus of course consistency applies to it.
That does not follow. Machines can be inconsistent.
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