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  1. Reality exists.

    It consists of material interacting objects.

    These objects have properties (length and space, speed and time, energy, etc.)

    So there's always something somewhere.

    And what is “emptiness” is not at all clear in this context. The most empty thing that has always been called emptiness is the vacuum.

    Honestly copied from a similar discussion: “Modern physics accepts that a vacuum is not just 'nothing'. It is filled with quantized fields (an ideal vacuum is the lowest energy state of the field). Under certain conditions, particles can be born in it: briefly (so-called virtual), or permanently – for example, electron-positron pairs. With this in mind, whether to call an ideal physical vacuum “absolute emptiness”is a matter of taste.”

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