Mathematics is always calculable even if there had never been a universe. The sum of 1 + 1 = 2 is always true whether there is anything to count or not. Anything more than nothing but less than infinite is always mathematically measurable, such as the geometry of space. So we live in a relational reality in my view. And this relation is between absolute nothingness and absolute infinity.

Look at it this way, for absolute nothingness to be more than absolutely nothing all it can do is become something measurable that is less than infinite. From the opposite perspective, infinity can only become less than infinite by becoming something measurable as more than nothing. The infinite source behind creation (or in more scientific terms, the infinite space-time singularity where the Big Bang came from) could only become less than infinite by becoming more than nothing.

It seems to me that the nothingness side is becoming more than nothing in direct relation to the infinite side becoming less than infinite. Anything more than nothing but less than infinite, i.e. the universe, is always mathematically measurable.

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