44 thoughts on “Why is there something

  1. john zande says:

    I’ll accept that answer


  2. I likes it. I wonder too, in a rather unrelated way, how big and vast is a space-less, timeless, immaterial place where a god or gods might live? Is that place a something or a nothing? How do theists know this? How do they know that it is their particular take on their particular god that occupies said place? Where’s the bathroom in such a place? Can you get a decent meal there? How much for an overnight in a B&B there?


    • makagutu says:

      I have though hard and long about how a spaceless and immaterial that exists out of time can do things and I have come to a blank. I am hoping the Allahists can explain it to us


      • basenjibrian says:

        If he is outside of time, when would “doing things” even occur? Some kind of eternally present now?

        One writer I liked says that there is no such thing as “nothing” (no-thing) without a thing, so the very question is nonsensical.


  3. Very good mak, I likes this too! You have a way with words, and this is nicely concise.

    I feel the urge to quote Dr Suess – “Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!

    – sonmi smiling from the Cloud


  4. Makes sense to me. Maybe there is no such thing as nothing. It’s just a continuous something that changes with time.

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  5. Hariod Brawn says:

    What ever would we do without philosophy?


  6. A Guy Without Boxers says:

    My Nairobi brother, you asked the question and you answered the question. There’s nothing left for us, your readers and followers to do. Unless…there’s something that you’re looking for that we just don’t see. I hope you’re enjoying your week! Much love and naked hugs! 🙂


  7. Tish Farrell says:

    Noel your statement has the directness and wise simplicity of ‘I think, therefore I am.” Great stuff out of nothingness 😀


  8. Arkenaten says:

    Common Sense at its most succinct.


  9. Peter says:

    I was thinking with these type of cryptic, but profound, comments, you might be asked to provide a guest post by Colorstorm.


    • makagutu says:

      You know I am unable to understand most of what CS says. I think he never intends to be understood

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      • Peter says:

        But what genuinely puzzles me is the cheer squad he has developed that applaud all the incomprehensible drivel he writes. There must be a parallel universe at work and they are in the version where what he writes makes sense, certainly we are not in that universe.


  10. fojap says:

    As a kid, I used to lie on my back and try to imagine infinity. It was like getting high.


  11. ratamacue0 says:

    This seems like word play to me. I don’t find it persuasive.


  12. basenjibrian says:

    But perhaps your insistence on an “answer” is in itself merely an artifact of human mentality? Why must the universe have a “cause” because human mental processes are based on locally relevant and valid sense of causality?

    Maybe the universe does not exist to provide answers to all of our questions?


  13. Ron says:

    In the divine lyrical prose of drum god Neil Peart:

    Why are we here?
    Because we’re here
    Roll the bones

    Why does it happen?
    Because it happens
    Roll the bones


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