a = all possible material
b = all impossibility of possible material.
All the impossibility of possible material accounts for any thing that is not accountable as material.
a+b = every real thing.
Every real thing is qualified by either a or b.
x = the number of possible instances
An instance is a more-than-one. An instance never arises as one, since one requires an other for its ability to arise to itself. Any posit which argues differently merely proves this instance is true. That is, the definition is not true, but the instance itself is indeed true.
It can only be denied, but not proven so without the covert act.
An argument which does indeed argue something different, is subject to the condition of the universe, C.
C = (a+b) ^x
C is the entirety of possible universe.
Once this is found, only two possibilities arise:
The Real Material
And what we must then call
The True Object (Substance).
This fact is due to the redundancy of material in its possibility and impossibility, whether we call it material or use a different term for it.
That is, once we reach C, the true description of universe, then C becomes subject to being a condition of real material (either a or b).
Hence, it is not nothing that arises outside or beyond the universe C, nor other universes.
Rather, the nothingness that arises is merely part of the real universe.
This is true, since no possibility arises outside of its instance. For any other possibility, again, would be redundant.
The situation which confounds the reality of this situation is that such truth has knowable content, content that we may call substance, that brings into question the real condition of materiality (a+b) as a total accounting of the universe.
Therefore, since the true content of the real universe is not reckoned by or against or in relief of nothing, the true content of the universe is not simply everything, (as a platitude or truism), but must rather involve a different manner or orientation upon what real material objects are in themselves, and thus what information they are yielding to knowledge.
Two Routes upon or otherwise into things.