I think it does/but it's something I've never really considered before.Something along the lines of one step past nature abhors a vacuum, I suppose.
universe-noun-a space null of void.
what is one step past nature? I assume none of our species could know.
unless you are actually talking about strict astronomy in which case I have no fucking clue. In which case my response is, "noble gases, my friend.."
I'm biased though. I assume a universe contains an organism which would would conceptualize 'void' which would eliminate the possibility of a void.
I should have written it as- one step past "nature abhors a vacuum", I suppose.Nature abhorring a vacuum being and ends unto itself.I always thought of it in terms of the universe would randomly throw something in to fill the space, as opposed to expanding itself to fill the space.
I didn't mean to confuse matters further with my poor punctuation
I really like I assume a universe contains an organism which would would conceptualize 'void' which would eliminate the possibility of a void.
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