Everything is Nothing???

Can everything is nothing exist? and justify your answer in the comment section.

Well, the answer can be any of those options, it is only a general criterion now what I think is that we are part of that everything is nothing like an indeterminate equality in the universe as an insignificant species but of something, likewise this is represented by a Uroborian space that what it is about is to indicate that everything is corruptable in that same non-existent group of everything that is nothing, which again makes it one of the most stupid, absurd and impossible paradoxes that exists because that is everything is nothing , which tends to do something indeterminate of infinity like EVERYTHING you want to where it tends because we do not know, we only imagine which can lead to more paradoxes, but it is not a paradox, it is like saying someone who does not allow paradoxes, mistakes them but you prevent that telling her a truth like saying: free them and then you free her and he realizes that he is obeying a pardox within an infinite paradox (truths or lies for equality) and this has It has to do with our self-contradiction, which almost always happens without always saying, everything is nothing as everything isn't nothing (the difference can make the equality as no, yes but no). Believe in what you believe it does not matter "it will end indefinitely as usual".

Note by Elijah Frank
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