Science writer Amanda Gefter concludes at Nautilus:
Could it be that something is just what nothing looks like from the inside? If so, our discomfort with nothingness may have been hinting at something profound: It is our human nature that recoils at the notion of nothing, and yet it may also be our limited, human perspective that ultimately solves the paradox. More.
Wishful thinking is a good way to get nothing from something.
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