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Dhruv you gone mad?

Yah it may seem so after reading the question I am just going to put forward. Imagine that there was nothing in this universe-no homework, no exams, no girls(!), no countries, no earth, no sun, no stars, no galaxies, nothing at all!! Then, the question says, what would have been there?

I know it sounds dumb as the answer is quite plainly-Nothing! But for me its quite thrilling to imagine it. Whenever I close my eyes to imagine such a "null-universe" something pops out and starts life. Would that really have happened if there was nothing? Would something have "popped out" to start the universe? Would it have remaimed always nothing? Or something more? Or I have actually gone mad?

Note by Dhruv Bhasin
9 months ago

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There would have been physics and mathematics. Swapnil Das · 9 months ago

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@Swapnil Das Taking your idea on a serious note-when there is NOTHING then how come physics and mathematics? I mean, let's say ,physics requires something to be explailned but that "something" is missing. Dhruv Bhasin · 9 months ago

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@Dhruv Bhasin Haha, physics doesn't require anything to be explained. But everything requires physics to be explained. Swapnil Das · 9 months ago

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@Swapnil Das Yah i meant that only. Okay take it this way. Physics wants to explain something. But nothing is there. So physics.....ummm.. Dhruv Bhasin · 9 months ago

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A perfect vacuum perhaps. Or, if we live in a multiverse, the void between the universes. We may not know until we escape the universe itself. Sharky Kesa · 9 months ago

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Exactly same happens with me and I like it Yash Dev Lamba · 9 months ago

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