The 'spirit' of not isn't in my vocabulary
Maybe it would help to say where the flaw is. That's why I've displayed it in steps - so that the gaps can be filled.
Its the constant nit-picking, as infuriating as it can be, that helps move. That's the way things work - someone proposes something and its criticised; but more importantly its bettered. That's why the practice of 'pointless' is pointless.
What I find fascinating is that, and this is the point, the universe is largely void, and yet there are conglomerations of atoms found in places and not others. What's more fasinating is that atoms form, suns form and camels form.
We know the big bang theory and how that progressed using experimental data to somehing like 1x10^-43 seconds (or thereabouts). We also know what composes the atom, what still composes the nucleus of the atom, how about 24 common denominations of matter divide it yet still futher.
However, there is the wonder, and this wonr is found in many cultures who were more inclined to seeing how nature operates (getting own food, etc.). That wonder is what makes it all operate?
The only difference is that they didn't have a record and therefore couldn't understand the nature of it for wider use.
(For example, penicilin was know by Arab's for over a thousand years - the saddle grew a mould (penicilin) that was used to cure the gout on the hind of the animal. It wasn't until the late 1800s that someone studied it and realised its possible medicinal use (Alexander Flemming was the Second person to note its usage)).
The point is that why does all the matter collect in pockets. Why so? and its that question, started off in the first 4 points that introduces my ideas, that I'm attempting here. admittedly its far-fetche the last two points are more jumps, its not brilliant - but thats why its here - to be bettered by better insights - or at least state the point at which the logic breaks down.