On the Beggining of the Universe
Posted by Tanas Gjorgoski on November 17, 2008
For something to come into being, there has to be previous state of affairs where the thing didn’t exist.
There can’t be state of affairs if there isn’t anything, hence it is impossible that the universe came into being.
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