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My Experience Is That Space Exists

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Posted by Clerk on December 21, 2003 01:39:24 UTC

Independent of particles. Thatis particles exist in space, like air molecules; but they move around in space. They are not space itself, which is the logical outcome of Seasick's analysis. The matter Seasick needs to sustain light propagation must be dense in comparison to a wavelength of light which is sub-micron. So for all essential purposes the matter to sustain the propagation of light would be macroscopically continuous. That is akin to the old concept of ether. It does not make any sense to me. Space is space, and matter is matter, and never the twain shall meet, or something like that.


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