that's very serial.>nothing is more free of chaos than nothing, there is nothing to disturb from order to begin with
nothing is more chaotic than nothing, there is nothing to keep order to begin with
whichever i think of first is right, so they are basically the same.
>Nothing is only known because you can reference points of something around it.
and so nothing looks like it's surroundings. anything that is behind or instead the expected thing. when you have nothing in your hand, you see a hand.
we don't seem to disagree, as sleep spent nondreaming doesn't imply either noise or black. thanks for the reply.>>2190
thanks for the reply. a friendly reminder that you're quoting scientific stuff, and in science the case is never closed.>>2191
well, i tend to think of chaos as a "lack of laws". this would mean something you can observe all you want and still be unable to see any pattern. however, this itself would be a pattern, so i eliminate even this. that leaves me with an inability to say anything valid about chaos.
matter and energy being evenly distributed everywhere is a pretty straightforward law or observation, very unlike what i described, and so is a specific kind of noise or blank vision.
when i say chaos looks like noise, i mean a noise that can be any kind of noise, or pure blackness, or pure whiteness, or anything. i can't say it's just blackness or just noise. i can't say anything about it. it seems to share this quality with both nothingness, and with 'everything'.