The Vacuum Isn't Crazy About Nature, Either
Copyright 2013 W.E. Linde
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Look at this mess, said Nothing. It's complete anarchy, and it's disgraceful. Only when the flotsam and jetsam of Creation are removed from existence will there be true order. Nothing was cold and calm as always, but he had decided that enough was finally enough. Right now, everything is chaos!
Gravity, who was quite weak in this mostly empty pocket of the cosmos, gave a noncommittal shrug - an unusual stirring of subatomic particles that would fluster the juvenile scientists of the Universe had they instruments keen enough to pick up on it. No, at best the disturbance would be chocked up to "noise." Gravity cast a slow, lazy glance to Time.