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Posted by nåte on February 10, 1999 01:41:12 UTC

: It's anthropic not anthropocentric. Time is not : a dimension like spatial dimensions it is : totally different. The gravitational field is : spacetime and there can be no gravitational field : without matter because matter is is a manifesting : of the field. Absolute nothingness is : concept that is very difficult to imagine : because nothingness is nothing - no field no : matter - no time - absolutely - nothing. It most : cerainly is not empty space becaus space is : something.

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I was wondering then, if the permeability and permitivity of space is thus influenced by the presence of strong gravitational fields?

IOW... do the constants of permeability of free space change when under influence of near gravitational collapse?

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