The problem with writing blogs is that it takes away from other things that [...]
This is another question that was asked after one of my talks. I suppose I had it coming, considering what I had been saying till then. After all, an eternal something is the conclusion that one would come to after my forthright position that something cannot come from nothing.
The reason I got to [...]
One of the points I have the most difficulty getting across in my talks is that it is impossible to think of nothing. For some reason, resistance to accepting this is strong. What do I say to those who insist that not only is it possible to think of nothing, but that they can and have done so?
In my recent round of talks about “nothing” in the UK and Ireland, the best part, invariably lively, was the Q & A session after each. It was when I could clarify – or attempt to clarify – points that I had mentioned in the talk, or ideas that people had thought of while I [...]
[I just paused to look out again...]
It’s a lovely day, actually. I [...]
Having just come back from a UK book tour, I can sort of relax till the next one in February. OK, it’s not really relaxing. After all, I continue answering a growing number of emails dealing with all aspects of nothing; and since I am not yet in the position to not answer (or [...]
It’s in my hand. The book. It’s almost surrealistic to actually hold the product itself after such a long wait. It didn’t just pop out of nothing, of course. Gradual it was, not at all like Excalibur, Arthur’s sword.
It really started about five months ago, when I first found “Nothing Matters” on Amazon [...]
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