as soon as you label nothing as something it becomes something. is nothing just what you are not aware of?

whats in the box? nothing? now you have identified that there is "nothing" in the box. that space is filled with nothing making it known as the contense of the box.

[c=#008099] Whether you put a plus (+) or a minus (-) sign beside a zero, the value of zero is still zero... not plus zero nor minus zero. You cannot give a multiple value to zero because 10 times zero still equals 'zero'.

Labeling 'nothing' as 'something' therefore, still equals zero. You therefore cannot ever label nothing as something because you cannot add multiples to zero and come up with anything more than zero. The same thing applies to adding something to nothing. That would be the equivalent of adding a plus (+) to nothing or a plus (+) to zero which still equals nothing and zero respectively.

Therefore, it is neither mathematically nor grammatically correct when you say, "label nothing as something, it becomes something". Your quoted statement therefore, is factually incorrect and mathematically in error. [/c]

[@332402,swirlie] dam good answer.(and i guess i used quotes, in the wrong way. i was trying to express an emotion as say the "sentence"). i actually understand what you mean though thank you!

Whether you put a plus (+) or a minus (-) sign beside a zero, the value of zero is still zero... not plus zero nor minus zero. You cannot give a multiple value to zero because 10 times zero still equals 'zero'.

Labeling 'nothing' as 'something' therefore, still equals zero. You therefore cannot ever label nothing as something because you cannot add multiples to zero and come up with anything more than zero. The same thing applies to adding something to nothing. That would be the equivalent of adding a plus (+) to nothing or a plus (+) to zero which still equals nothing and zero respectively.

Therefore, it is neither mathematically nor grammatically correct when you say, "label nothing as something, it becomes something". Your quoted statement therefore, is factually incorrect and mathematically in error. [/c]