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  1. To be honest, let's introduce the concept of “nothing”. A simple concept, on the fingers. The path of “nothing” (so it sounds more delicious, although the meaning does not change) implies the absence of anything. That is, if there is something, then it is no longer “nothing”, and such a system is no longer the subject of our conversation. In this case, in this very “nothing” there are not only objects, particles and light, but also there is no observer. If we introduce an observer into “nothing”, then it will no longer be” nothing”, which means that we are not interested in it. Accordingly, nothing can be observed. The question seems to be closed.

    However, a favorite technique of physicists – the model-comes to the rescue. If you imagine a kind of spherical observer who, being part of the “nothing” itself, manages to receive and register information from the “nothing”, then he will not receive anything at the output. “Nothing” carries information – no light, no waves at all, not even gravity. “Nothing” is unregistered.

    So, a good model of “nothing” (I don't specifically incline this word so that the emphasis remains on it) from the point of view of human perception will be pitch-black, silent darkness in zero gravity. If a person stops receiving information, then he will be close to”nothing”. And if we are talking about ” What does nothing look like?”, then yes, it is darkness. But to see this darkness, so that the brain does not think out to you, as an observer, all sorts of spots and garbage, for the sake of completeness, it would be desirable for you to be blind from birth.

    Real Nothingness is something unattainable in our universe. Although our universe is almost one hundred percent empty, compared to Nothing, it is literally packed.

    * more precisely, a paralyzed blind person who doesn't need to breathe or pump blood with his heart, who receives blood enriched with oxygen and nutrients artificially, in a capsule with a thick liquid of body temperature placed inside a Faraday cell; all this cunning system is carried away as far as possible from massive bodies, preferably away from the galaxy; and still in this synthesized “nothing” there will be an observer – a brain full of horror and panic.

  2. Nothing looks like anything, interacts with anything, and takes up no space in space or anything else. You can say, of course, that it occupies a place in “nowhere”, but this, in the end, will be reduced to what was said earlier. Your speculations about “big cases” are most likely related to your case, which did not manage to spread its brains at least slightly before exposing itself in this form.

  3. What do you see when you close your eyes?

    Nothing, right?! And what color is nothing? I guess it's black(dark anyway).

    Look at the starry sky, it's also black and mostly empty. Again there is nothing and it is dark

    Look into the abyss. What do you see there? Again, nothing, everything is dark there.

    Darkness is a synonym for the word uncertainty. Historically, darkness is associated with something that is beyond comprehension,or does not exist at all.

    A person does not see well in the dark, which is why for him nothing is exactly a black substance:without movement, without outlines, without life…

  4. It seems to me that “nothing” was seen by absolutely everyone. I think we see” nothing ” before going to bed, that is, while we sleep, but we don't see any pictures yet. That is, I want to say that we can not realize “nothing” it has no information.

  5. Since” nothing ” is an abstract concept, it is impossible to physically depict or represent it. In the visual arts, it can be just a white sheet or a blank canvas. More complex images: an empty glass, a person gesturing that he has nothing. If you want to portray nothing as yawning darkness, this is also an option. I think that you can not limit your imagination in one way.

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