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So There Is Continuous Matter In Space

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Posted by Clerk on December 20, 2003 20:25:17 UTC

You say:

"Light induces small currents in all matter."

Now you say light propagates by inducing currents in matter. So is it correct to presume that you think space is full of matter to allow light to propagate, and as such there is no such thing as a vacuum in your mind.

NB: I restrained myself from saying 'other than in your mind'.
J

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