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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 12, 2001 03:27:13 UTC

may not be Euclidean. It does not have to be flat. And if not flat, then Phy's theorem is not true in our space. Even if the universe is flat overall, Phy's theorem is not true near very heavy bodies that bend space. So Phy's thgeorem is really an approximate description of our space.

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