What would [NOTHING] look like?

Imagine you have a room.
You remove everything from it, including the air and all the elements and molecules in the air.
But you look into the room, and see nothing.
Something in that room is still providing data to your brain, which it's hallucinating into just.. a dark room.
Now, take away whatever it is that's still there. Whatever wave-form is still presenting data, and gravity, that also goes away.
There is now nothing at all in this room that your brain can compute. What do you see?
And also..
What was the very last thing to go?

  1. 1 month ago

    What was it like before you were born? Exactly like that.

    • 1 month ago

      Do you not understand the scenario? Not being able to imagine a conditional hypothesis is one of the most prominent indicators of low IQ. (Sub 90)

      Is that your final answer?

  2. 1 month ago


    • 1 month ago

      Black is a color.

      • 1 month ago

        as above so below
        it is a color in the concept of print but is the absence of color in rgb

        still it is the absence of everything including light

      • 1 month ago


  3. 1 month ago

    There is no such thing as Nothing.

    • 1 month ago

      And yet you can't not refer to it as a thing

      • 1 month ago

        We can consider the concept, and ascribe a name to it. That doesn’t change the fact that you can comb through every fiber of reality and never find an instance or state of genuine nothingness.

  4. 1 month ago

    a vacuum of sorts
    it's only visible because of the walls
    if I remove the 'walls' it's only visible because of the space
    but a vacuum - it would be 'invisible' but seen through it's effects on 'space'
    it looks iridescent?

  5. 1 month ago

    so you just see black
    Literally just the absence of light, that's it, what the fuck is up with /x/ these days

  6. 1 month ago

    You can do this in meditation. Shuts your brain for a mind moment. "The Base of Neither Perception nor Non-perception", then nirodha samapatti.

    • 1 month ago

      Nothingness and perceiver are last to go

  7. 1 month ago

    inb4 this becomes a zoomer creepypasta with 6 million entries, levels and scary but quirky monsters that run twitter accounts

    • 1 month ago

      all so tiresome

  8. 1 month ago

    Perhaps the "nothing" is just something that's beyond human comprehension. Just because we can't understand that we see it doesen't mean that we aren't capable of sensing it in some subconscious way

  9. 1 month ago

    What you are trying to describe is
    the state and situation before the universe.
    From our perspective.
    Your human brain cannot comprehend what that would appear to be.
    It's impossible but I will try...

    ... Time at this stage did not rule (before the universe), it was not as yet a component or feature.
    Therefore it was only an endless duration without any limitations regarding time.
    Time involves a space,
    but space however was not yet created,
    so it was just an endless duration without the position of time as a rule.
    To create a time in this timelessness it was first required that a space be created.
    This had already been realized by the Creation, that the creating of a space must first become a reality
    in order that time may rule over it.
    Therefore this task was first awarded.

    In human understanding, material time and space are nullified in the Spiritual realm, that’s the truth, but it is absolutely so that also the
    Spiritual Realm has a Space and Time structure,
    but of a much higher order then the Material Space and Time structure.

    This Space/Time structure in the Spiritual Realm is directly from Creation itself, in which it exists and evolves, and this appears to people a realm of timelessness and absence of space, which is in fact not true, but only apparently so.

    There is no true void of Space and Time in the Spiritual Realm, because even Creation can't think in a void of Space and Time, because it would be impossible to even start to think, since there is no time which can carry such a thought to completion.

    Even when the Spirit exists in the Spiritual Realm and in the same Spiritual reality as Creation itself, it is separated by it's level of BEING, this just means that there are 7 levels of Spiritual BEING. Every Spirit in the 'afterlife' exists in its corresponding level of BEING...

    • 1 month ago

      The first 5 main levels of BEING are bound to the material realm,
      which means that the life of the Spirit in those levels of BEING is not permanent, but is bound to the Law of re-incarnation.
      The Spiritforms in these levels still have a CCB (Comprehensive Consciousness Block) and unconscious-evolutive spirit-consciousness Spiritform,
      and don't have a conscious individuality as of yet.
      Their evolutionary level is not high enough to evolve without making mistakes and without causing positive and negative thoughts, feelings and actions as humans in the material realm.
      Spiritforms in these levels can't create their own state of BEING because they lack a conscious-spirit-consciousness which is required for creating the Universal Love, and Spiritual force
      to form a collective that can exist on its own.

      This is one of the reasons why Creation created material planets in order for humans to evolve and to exist,
      because these Spiritforms are unable to exist in their own state of BEING out of their own Spiritual knowledge, love and Wisdom.

  10. 1 month ago

    have you ever had a sleep without dreaming? I suppose that's that. in that scenario you cut our, and only realize you stopped experiencing after you are taken out of this room. it feels as if you didn't spend any time at all in the room, you came in and woke up outside - literally nothing in between.

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