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If I move a box with nothing in it, does the nothing move with it?


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On 8/2/2021 at 4:51 PM, Conscious Energy said:

That is what I doubt, since there is always a boundary:time now which gives space now (the empty set) and for me it seems strictly mathematically expressible (graphically, informatically). 

So kindly exhibit the boundaries of the empty set or the set R which I have also offered as a set with no boundaries.

Do you actually know what a boundary point is in point set topology and the other types of point that a set may possess ?

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