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No, actually, shadow is the wrong term. The correct word is darkness. Darkness is nonexistence of light. If nonexistence existed, it wouldn't be a nonexistence. but we know that darkness exist.
"Infinity is the NONEXISTENCE of a limit. If a NONEXISTENCE existed, it would not be a NONEXISTENCE."
Who says nonexistence if it exists, doesn't remain a nonexistence. Nonexistence of black spots exists in a completely white paper.
Nonexistence of protons exists in electrons. Nonexistence and existence aren't two opposite QUANTITIES which can be cancelled if they appear together. They are just concepts. Just substitute exist with a different verb, e.g. occur, in your sentence and your problem would be resolved.