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Posted by Tarvo on December 20, 2003 22:40:32 UTC

> Seasick gave an answer on the other forum saying that space is full of matter that allows light to propagate.

Yes, this is likely the only possibility in that case, but unfortunately only said by Seasick. I wanted to know whether anybody else suggested that. But as I understand you don't also think that this is impossible.

This is important because if it is so then space between the particles may not have any meaning at all, all what matters would be particles and entanglement of particles.

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