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Is Space Or Time Physical Anyway?

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Posted by Alexander on January 10, 2002 21:13:23 UTC

To some degree Luis is right about space and time. But instead of saying that they can not exist by themselves, I inclined to shorten this phrase to "Space (and time) likely does not exist". The reason why is that nothing in our universe depends on space nor on time. Wether you are there or here, today or yesterday, makes no difference on any physical process. Roughly speaking neither space nor time are observable, only interaction of objects is.

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