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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A Thought On Time

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Posted by Robert on November 6, 2000 03:28:07 UTC

As unscientific as my next response is, here it is anyway...

IMHO, yes.

A vacuum can exist in spacetime-continuum. The question changes to 'Why can't spacetime-continuum exist in a vacuum?'

This of course, trying to lure a reason as to why it cannot.

-Tchzarmok

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