The Theory of Everything—
All the Way Up
By Austin P. Torney
Copyright 2012 Austin P. Torney
There is nothing to make anything of, and this is for sure. No one can suggest any other source, for that would just be another thing, so, therefore, it is impossible for there to be any other source.
Contrast this sure thing to the apparently mistaken notion that a lack of anything couldn’t do anything—that such a state of affairs would be a stable situation. It isn’t, and the proof: there is something.
There are no paradoxes, only misunderstandings. The analysis is inviolate.