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A Simpleton’s view of Creation


Tarry Ionta

Smashwords Edition

Copyright 2012 ISBN 9781476135847

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Nothing: The absence of anything: The non-existence of matter, space and energy—the three essentials that make up the Universe.

I think it’s safe to say that most dictionary definitions would agree with my concept of nothing. They may not state the definition in quite these terms, but essentially, the meaning is the same.

Nothing, is not an easy concept to grasp. We live in a three-dimensional Universe where even extra terrestrial space, contrary to what most of us think, is filled with such concepts as anti-matter, negative energy, cosmic strings, dark matter, black holes and other such abstract ideas thrown at us by the intellectual scientific community; phrases that have very little meaning to the simpleton’s view of creation, of which, quite obviously I am one of. The point being, that there is no such thing as nothing, to my way of thinking, at least.

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