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Re: Assumption Of Matter

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Posted by Michael Libbie on February 26, 2001 18:50:49 UTC

you say thats ome of the things in your post are assumptions. so is the statement that matter does not take up space an assumption? its hard for me to think that this computer that im sitting at is not taking up any space. if it did not then i would be able to put something where it is without having to move the computer but we both know that i would have to move it in order to put something else in its space.

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