But, there can't really be nothing if there's something, right? It's a bit silly to quote a fictional book but I'm going to anyway. According to the fae of the Fever series by Karen Marie Moning, things don't just pop into existence. Nothingness is impossible. There is always something and, therefore, are only two states. Simply stasis and change. When applied with the creation myth of God creating the heavens and the earth.... it doesn't blend very well to say the least. So what if, for instance, that God is basically a collection of energy that, through some unknown event, became sentient...?
This, now self-aware, entity begins to explore through the vastness of space and time. Now, being such a huge accumulation of energy, crossing distances is fairly simple. However, there appears to be a huge amount of nothing. Until at some point the entity comes across some that was not just empty space. It was..substance..something tangible...something that was not nothing. And after much obser