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That's Not What I Mean With This Question

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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 19, 2004 18:24:11 UTC

What I want is a PHYSICAL DEFINITION OF SPACE.I couldn't find one.So whan I ask what is space I want to understand the PHYSICAL LAWS that explain what is space,how it is possible for us to move through it,why there are others after each point in space and so on.THE LAWS THAT EXPLAIN THE PROPERTIES OF SPACE.

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