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Re: What Is Gravity?

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Posted by Zephram Cochane/">Zephram Cochane on December 28, 1999 03:50:02 UTC

: What is a substrata of the universe?

Learn English. Substrata- the basic make up supporting the surface which is what we see. Every observable of the universe corresponds to eigenvalues which are nothing more or less than a mathematical value that we merely postulate to exist because it allows us to make predictions for observation and experiment.

:And it IS only a language. No its not. This is a question of metaphysics not physics so I need prove nothing. Prove me wrong if your going to be disagreeable.

Do you know of any discoveries where someone found a "2"?

Yep, I found I have two eyes.


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