Authors: Vidamor Cabannas
I analyzed the refutation of the Theory of Objectivity performed by Colin James III in vixra.org/abs/1904.0549 and verified that the applied method as well as the values found were correct. However, there is an error in the conclusion, as it refutes the Theory of Objectivity instead of confirming it. The values found in Colin James III's refutation confirm the exact findings of the Theory of Objectivity. Therefore, as the values that were found confirm those presented by the theory, these values are a confirmation and not a refutation of the theory. In other words, the equation N + 1 = n – 1 is tautological, confirming the existence of a geometric entity that occurred before the onset of the universe, which the Theory of Objectivity calls Nothing. However, Nothing is a geometric entity incompatible with the existence of the universe, which forms a contradiction with non-tautological values at the atomic level. This is because in the era of Nothing, there is no space nor any other element other than the geometrical point known as Nothing. There is no reference. This geometric Nothing does not signify absolute zero and has an informative value. The Theory of Objectivity uses a logical and geometric model to demonstrate how the spherical point called Nothing transformed itself into universal space. Thus, it proves that absolute Nothing does not exist.
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