The concept of 'nothing' is a purely subjective and relative term. Nature does not and cannot sustain a 'nothing'.
Let's use a simple analogy. You walk into an empty room and would claim there was nothing in it. Well..'nothing' as in there is a lack of relevant objects such as chairs, tables, tv's, cats, etc.
However there is always something in any area. In the vacant room there is air, dust particles, electromagnetic frequencies, temperature variances, dust mites, germs, viruses, chemical traces, walls, ceilings, floors, lights...the list goes on but for the individual the room dos not contain anything that is of interest or use so we say there is 'nothing' in it.
Same with space...our technology has advanced to allow us to detect and measure things and as it grows we will be able to detect and study more things and many of our previous theories, hypothesis, conjectures and extrapolations will be refined as well.
It is seemingly a matter of personal relevance.
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