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Re: Space Time

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Posted by Wayne/">Wayne on December 26, 1999 20:49:07 UTC

: now my question is that : WHETHER THE CONCEPT OF SPACE TIME I>E> THEY ARE ONE THE SAME THING IS WRONG!! comment please

Wayne: Yes the concept of space-time being one and the same IS IN ERROR. Once science recognizes the fact that the math should consider space-light to be one and the same, we will make some real progress. This error is why Einstein ended his life unable to square General Relativity with Quantum Mechanics. His constant "c" is not light, it is radiation that is detectable by the human eye. Light permiates the universe just as space does. We see through light, and if there are no radiating bodies in a given region, we detect that as darkness. We are looking through vast expanses of light all the time. Day or night. It's SPACELIGHT folks. Newton's observation that two objects of SIMILAR mass have very little gravitational attractive force relative to each other, will eventually lead to the understanding that two particles of absolutely EQUAL mass will cancel each other's gravitational force. This will lead to the understanding that gravitational collapse into a singularity is prohibited by gravity itself.

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