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Can You Prove What You Say?

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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 25, 2004 16:10:53 UTC

It's true that we can't see beyond the Big Bang so we don't see the shape of the universe and is really space absolutely continious but all the space we can see really is absolutely continousso you can't disprove space is continous hypothesis in this way.Can you prove that space is discrete?And even if it is then the question is deformed in another question:Why there is a discrete unit of space after each discrete unit of space?

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