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Re: I Was Perfectly Accurate.

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Posted by pmb on February 8, 2000 22:29:15 UTC

: I never said that the existence that kind of curvature wasn't frame dependant.

What I meant was that when you said Here is an example of a space-time with space and time curvature .. it may lead one to believe that it is a property of the space-time and not of the frame of reference. I meant nothing more. But I have seen people erroneously interpret it that way on many occasions.

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