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absence is a myth

Perhaps absence is a myth? If matter were interpreted as junctions on the grid of an omnipresent fabric of space, we may come to see the paradigm of nothingness as foolish.

This idea can be visualised in the shape of a torus which encompasses each angle of point, line and plane in one mathematical conception of space. Instead of interpreting matter as shrouded by emptiness, we can view it as the anomaly within a vast network of that which we cannot see.