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Debate: Something and nothing

Updated Tuesday, 10th November 2009

Forum member Samantha opened our doors of perception

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I believe that 'Nothing' has to be 'something' in order to be a 'nothing' so therefore there is no such thing as 'nothing just something we cannot as yet perceive to be a 'something'... agree disagree?

Is it the doors of perception in our minds as Aldous Huxley wrote of, that, indeed, we need or should try and grasp onto a little more?





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