Sitting here at my desk, there is not a bottle of meth. There is not an elephant. There is not a car. There is not a unicorn. There is not a salad. There is not a cat. There is not a dog. There is not a bag of chips. There is not a kryptonian. There is not a antimatter rifle. There is not... etc.
The idea is that for any situation, whether you are sitting at a desk, whether you are eating at a restaurant, whether you are in the middle of a war, There is an infinite amount of things that are no present.
The best way to visualize this is with the internet. There is a finite but very large amount of urls. But there are an infinite amount of urls that do not work. Try going to 8dbr8ebr8ebdisnuddbdkfv.com, or ifbsifnkkvlkjbskdhdn.com, or jdndidndksn85484288.com and you will see that they are not working. They don't exist. But there is an unlimited amount of characters that could be typed into the address bar, there is an infinite amount of combinations. So it is impossible to make a functional web page for all of them.
The point is that for every working url (something present) there are 100 more non working urls (the things that are absent).
Another way to visualize this is by going to a working web page. This web page, for example. And you will see there are no pictures of buzz lightyear on it. There are no pictures of superman, no pictures of cars, no music files, etc. So for every present thing, there are many more absent things.
Is my logic valid? Does this make sense/is it correct?