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We Know That Experimentally (that Nothing Depends On Location),

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Posted by Alexander on January 10, 2002 23:58:12 UTC

nor on the time of event. How do we know that? From conservation of momentum (which results from invariance of any process on the location in space), and from the conservation of energy (which results from invariance of physical events on time - no physical process goes different at 12 a.m. than at 12 p.m., today is same as yesterday for any experiment).

And we have not seen any violation of those laws so far.


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