July 4, 2013
no action principle; evolution ; duality ; nothingness ; space; determinism
The lexical definition of nothing is too old to expect overlap modern physical reality. For example, in Wikipedia we talk about "nothing" or "absolute nullity" or zero. It is also defined as being different from the word "void" which itself is connected to the space. We will show that these words are of great lexical poverty because their link with the body of reality is fictitious. If the philosopher can be satisfied with these definitions, the physician has a duty to update this with the new knowledge we have of the object universe that contains everything.