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Very Simple OBSERVATIONAL Evidence

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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 24, 2004 14:50:47 UTC

When I say that space is continous or that there is a point after each point in space I mean that no matter how long distance you cover there will always be space.That means that space can't just simply end up in the nothing.There is no boundry of space and we can move and move in it no matter what distance we have covered.That means that space is continous and it is very simple OBSERVATIONAL fact.

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