I am evil, I am good; What am I? [closed]

I am evil, I am good

I am nothing, but higher than everything

I cannot be found, but I am everywhere

I am the whole of all things

There is nothing else like me

What am I?

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• Universe maybe? – MCCCS Aug 10 '16 at 17:49
• it's in the hint: I'm nothing – Alex Aug 10 '16 at 17:59
• Is this a duplicate of puzzling.stackexchange.com/questions/5267/…? – Shuri2060 Aug 10 '16 at 19:10
• @QuestionAsker no, the answer as chosen is zero not nothing (there is a difference, mainly mathmatical) – Uncle Tres Aug 10 '16 at 19:12

Could it be

Null? Null can represent multiple values even oposites simultaniously such as true and false or 'evil' and 'good'

Because

Null can represent 0 or 'nothing', but is lower and higher than everything

Not sure about "I cannot be found, but I am everywhere"

I am the whole of all things

Null can represent infinity or objects which could be pretty much anything

There is nothing else like me

I can think of a few actually but I suppose they'd basically just be Null by another name

God.

Because

God cannot be found, but He is everywhere.

• Please use spoilers with >!. – IAmInPLS Aug 10 '16 at 18:00

Could it be:

The Void.

Because:

1. A Void is neither Good or Evil.
2. It's technically 'nothing' as it is just empty space, but has a meaning to our universe.
3. It can't be defined itself, as it can't be found, touched, or tested, however we know it's there.
4. Let's be honest, There is nothing else like it.