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Posted by Tim on May 1, 2003 02:49:08 UTC

so it hard to respond...
there are some interesting thoughts or questions brought up in the post....

one being the lack of consideration of gravity in the molecular theory ect...

i'll simply say the idea of the quantum vacuum as a sort of ether doesn't seem so far fetched.
it has implications for how light travels and how gravity might work...

can't say i know of any problems with calculus.

regards tim

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