Single Idea 20659

[catalogued under 27. Natural Reality / C. Space-Time / 1. Space / d. Substantival space]

Full Idea

It seems plausible that both space and its contents should somehow be made of the same stuff - so that in a sense space becomes the only thing in the universe.

Gist of Idea

Space and its contents seem to be one stuff - so space is the only existing thing


Stephen Wolfram (A New Kind of Science [2002], p.474), quoted by Peter Watson - Convergence 17 'Philosophy'

Book Reference

Watson,Peter: 'Convergence' [Simon and Schuster 2016], p.413

A Reaction

I presume the concept of a 'field' is what makes this idea possible.