What would you like to do?
What do you call something that came from nothing and turned into something?
Answer Something is used when don't know the exact quantity of........ you want. However, If you use nothing then you know exactly what you don't want. Something… is used when you are doubtful about things. However, Nothing is used to say that you don't want a particula thing. Hence, there is no room for indecisiveness.
You can get at least 11 words from NOTHING - no thing thin hit not gin tin go to it in You cannot otherwise get something from nothing -- you have to put …something in to get something out again.
That is a very confusing question and I completely understand why. I interpret this question like this: I have many material things but they are worth nothing. Oh, sure I paid… money for them and yes, if i were to try to sell them on eBay i'd probably get some money for them. But when i die, where do they go? Do they come with me? no. Will I even own most of the things i have now in 10 years? probably not. What i am trying to say is that the things i own are "something" but at the same time, nothing. A lot of people buy things to make themselves happy. Not to get preachy here, but although they experience temporary happiness, the object can never make them truly happy. There was a story i heard a couple days ago about a very, very, very rich man that lived not too long ago. unfortuneately i can't remember his name. anyway, he was a multi-millionair. Someone asked him one time, "how much money do you need to be happy?" The man smiled and replied, "Just a little more." His life was centered around earning money but when he died, did it go with him? umm, no. Here's something i learned a long time ago. It is a question you can ask yourself to figure out if what you own is "something" or "nothing": If the police came to your house and told you that an army was coming to take over the country and that you had 5 MINUTES to gather (into ONE average backpack) anything that you wanted (besides the bare necessaties) what would you choose? I hope all that answers your question!
The Null Set is a Set.
Thoughts, dreams, hopes. they are all something, but you cannot use any of your five senses to do anything with them. So they are nothing. but they are something to you, becau…se they are ideas in your mind, and you can use some of your five senses on your mind. Air is also considered nothing, but it is most definitely something in a sense. Nothing is something just like anything else.
No, however invisible the start of the reaction, there is something to begin with. Spontaneous generation was the theory that things could develop from nothing.
Absolutely, there is no such thing as nothing Because nothing is always something
Someone or something turned to stone is petrified.
Nothing is in it But something is in it Nobody is in it But somebody is in it If you have it You and I are in it What is it?
it is a dictionary because it has the word nothing, something, nobody, somebody, you and i my teacher told me that the answer is dictionary i checked up lots of places and i a…m right
Is there something wrong with my body if I have tried everything regarding sex and nothing turns me on?
well mabay your not in the right mood
As with most things, it depends entirely on the context in which it is used. As a noun, it is "no thing," simply non-existence. As a pronoun, it is no si…ngle thing, or a thing of no consequence or importance. As an adjective, it is a thing with no prospect of success or progress.
Well if you're doing nothing, then you could say you are doing something by seeing that you are sitting in a chair or standing or breathing or living, if you are doing nothing…, it would still be like you're doing something because what I said earlier, but if you die, you're body is doing nothing except lying there being affected by gravity. So it's like you are doing something even if it feels like doing nothing.
Don't know what you are trying to ask - the principle of the motor, the principle of the lathe, how vehicle steering works, the law of angular momentum....