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Posted by Tarvo on December 21, 2003 17:59:27 UTC

First I must say that I appreciate Selsickr, he seems to be very well aware of all theories (as I read general discussion) so if he argues something then it must be somehow substantiated by that what is known. If these voids are indeed void of even temporary particles, then as I understand no matter can be created there, so by Selsickr light cannot move *in* there. This is another question whether it can move *through* there, but if such absolute void really can exist and Selsickr is right, and if light can go through such void, then it must do this instantaneously by jumping from one edge of the void to the other, crazy :-)

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