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There is nothing following that.
That creates a valid argument. Let us explore it logically.
Mathematically, we use "0" as a place holder. That gave us mathematics in its present form.
Philosophically, we use that as a "moot" which means, "meaningless." That is the end of a logical argument after all issues have been resolved (don't believe it).
Physicists note that "nothing" is space, and now, they have found that space is something! Springerlink says they have over 7,500 articles just on "nothing."
So, before we default to the "Why?" and "Because" divebomb, let us ask a more pertinent question that Archimedes asked 2,500 years ago -- and no one has yet answered satisfactorily!
"We have the 'known' and the 'unknown.' The 'known' is extremely limited, but what we do not know is the cause for all learning that shall follow us for the next ten thousand years." Archimedes.
That 'unknown' is all of logical inquiry. Let us proceed to know the unknown, a little at a time.
Rocmike you do know how to google and copy and paste.
Excellent answer, Melvin! We can always count on you for logical correctness.
Top Renner and The Actual Paul Wittenberg have started off today's posting marathon by Rocmike and its aliases. We can look foward to another 13 to 16 hours of this idiot repeating the same thing over and over and using the word Atheist.