Empty space – solid?

What if…? empty space is solid to a large being, of sorts?

How do I conclude that?
It is true that something solid, like rock, will iquefy under under great pressure.
Is it thus possible the liquids are under an enormous pressure the we don’t know?
And is solid, as a consequence the absence of pressure?

Thus – if space has no pressure is it solid for some large being?

What if … this could possibly be so?

To understand this in more depth, consider the following: Truth is only ever found within a logic, never outside of it. now what if you have two logic? Or more?