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  1. Well, if there was non-existence, then the author of the question also did not exist and none of this either. There wasn't even a spark of thought about this question. Therefore, the question is not correct. How can there be zero if there is already one? Either zero or one. One complements zero and fills it, giving it a different value and changes it, just as it can change itself when zero cannot complement itself, which means there is non-existence.

    But if you look at the question with a question, the answer is very simple: There is something instead of nothing. And where there is nothing and the meaning is zero, that is, it does not make sense.

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