No Two Objects Can Occupy The Same Space at The Same Time Anywhere in The Universe

A paradign of the popular scientific belief that no two objects can occupy the same space at the same time anywhere in the universe it may appear to be crazy but it is a paradox.

What is your exact view of “space” is if your view of space is at an atomic level two thing’s are still in the same place at the same time, every single thing is made of something, so when to two thing’s merge together they are in the same place at the same  time. Even if your view of space is large than everything within that space is in the same place at the same time, All coming together to fill that space.  This therefore counters the basic principal stating “no two objects can occupy the same space at the same time anywhere in the universe.”

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