I wonder whether my usage of "same" is right in the following sentences.

Could you go over the following sentences and tell me which one is fine?

1. It it the same as there is nothing in front of you if you can’t find something meaningful.

2. It it the same that there is nothing in front of you if you can’t find something meaningful.

3. It it same that there is nothing in front of you if you can’t find something meaningful.

And, how about the next one? If it is wrong, please correct it.

4. It is nothing more than that there is nothing in front of you if you can’t find something meaningful.
This is OK:

It is the same as if there were nothing in front of you if you can’t find something meaningful.
Hi.

Thank you for your answer, but I think your answer sounds weird, specially on "as if~if~"

Could you give me another sentence?
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Who's the native speaker here, you or me. Lucas? You're the one that is using incorrect grammar. Why don't you do a little homework yourself and search for native instances?--

If you can't find something, it's the same as if you never had it.

If they are unsoloed it's the same as if they are muted.

if Luna ran into Celestia it's the same as if Celestia ran into Luna

If they're not, then it's the same as if any person wasn't

if that fails, it's the same as if the belt fails.

if Rudy wins it's the same as if he wins anyway,

but if you don't, then it's the same as if you did not receive baptism

So if she say's something, it's the same as if I say it.

etc, etc.
I am really sorry that my reply made you feel uneasy.

I should have chosen more proper words to convey my thought.

Why I asked you of it again is just that the structure of the sentence is too unfamiliar to me.

So, I just thought I could understand it better if you gave me other sentences for example.

I hope you do not get me wrong.

I really appreciate your help.
No problem, Lucas. Sometimes I forget that learners do not always know how to express politeness in their new language. I have the same difficulty with Japanese.

Is that enough examples?
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