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Posted by Human I. Scientist on December 28, 1999 19:30:28 UTC

Rajesh.

If i understood, you mean that zero, empty, is 'non-existing' place.

So, you mean, that everything is matter-thing? (Am i underst. right.)

I understand like it's means then, that 'gravity' is matter-thing. So it's means that, matter has 'mind'.

Do you say, that 'whole space' is matter thing.

If it so, then.

-------------------------------- Lets start new conversation of that point. --------------------------------

Can we say then.....?

1. Space has size?

2. Space dont have starting-point.

3. But, how matter can exist, without starting point?

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