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Anaximander's Avatar Jump to comment 8 by Anaximander

If absolute nothing can turn into something, then it can't have been absolute nothing as the total absence of anything at all would mean the total absense of any reason for nothing to turn into something.

How much of what we do, we do because there is some reason to do that?

Anyway, if there was no reason for the universe to become into existence, there was no reason for it not to become into existence.

Sun, 17 Jul 2011 11:27:46 UTC | #850389