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Posted by scott s/">scott s on January 31, 1998 23:53:06 UTC

Excuse my ignorance please, but i'm having difficulty understanding a certain concept. All the info i've read and all the pictures i've seen regarding the spacetime curvature make complete sense to me - if space were two dimensional. Space is not two dimensional and as you all know is a near-void/ vaccum. Would someone please take a few minutes to extend a hand and "walk" me through the spacetime curvature theory. I know i'm a new-bie and may be looked at as an intruder, but where would we be if the greats never looked for solutions?

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