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Matter/matter Interaction Under Symmetry Rules.

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Posted by Alexander on October 5, 2001 21:07:58 UTC

Interaction of one state of matter (say, gravitons) with another (say, photons) is what we call "bent space" or "slow time", or "space-time fabric", etc. So, instead of "matter-space time entanglement", it may be better to use terms "mathematically allowed transformations of matter and interaction of matter" or something similar. This way term "spacetime" becomes less ambigious - not a "place" for material events, but material events themselves.

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