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Spacetime Continuum= X,y Axis

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Posted by Whittier on December 23, 2003 21:40:49 UTC

smartguy wrote:
"Why Not Call Spacetime "the Medium"... Obviously spacetime has enough "substance" to be influenced (twisted, stretched, compressed)"

Hi Mark
The spacetime continuum is only an x,y axis on paper. As Einstein wrote, the discussion via math is not to be confused with the things themselves.
R's,
Mike

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