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Posted by Paul Pergiel/">Paul Pergiel on June 5, 1998 12:29:05 UTC

I am curious about the theoretical reasons for not recognizing absolute space. It is stated that space itself has no absolute inertial frames. However, if space is somehow modified by an object of mass, would not this then be an inertial frame aginst which measurments can take place?

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