What we KNOW is that the common man's concept of "nothingness" does not exist. There is no such thing. A total vacuum has particles and waves spontaneously coming into and out of existence.<quoted text>I don't know how often you are correct but I know you are as wrong as wrong can be if you think something comes from nothing. I was correct that you did not address a single point in my post to you where I explained how something cannot come from nothing. What reasons does anyone have to think you are right that something can come from nothing? Because you say so?
Again, the statement that "virtual particles pop in and out of existence" does not mean they pop in from nothingness. They must be fluctuating in and out of an undetectable phase. Did you read the part where I mentioned that we cannot even come close to detecting a planck length? We're orders of magnitude away from it and likely will always be.
You've got nothing, big man.
THAT is an observed FACT !