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  1. Matter is all that is material in the universe. Light and energy are also matter. No matter what is meant by the word matter, this will be a purely philosophical division.

    Absolute emptiness never existed. This hypothesis is misleading.

    The universe and its galaxies spread out in all directions, no matter where we look. The location of galaxies in the Universe in all directions equally suggests that at the very beginning there was not a void, but on the contrary, the universe was completely filled as evenly as possible, with the simplest matter. The smallest particles imaginable. Particles of God, in fact.

    Probably the density was enough for them to start combining, the more particles they combine, the stronger they attract the rest. And so they combine to create energy, then large particles, and then stars that attract other stars, collide, explode, create groups of stars, and then galaxies.

  2. Absolute emptiness is impossible, and even if there were, we wouldn't exist, because nothing can ever come out of nothing. There is no absolute void, but there is an absolute vacuum. According to modern concepts, the vacuum is permeated by quantum fields. These fields do not need to appear from somewhere, because their existence is energetically favorable, since they have the lowest quantum state

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