|Jul5-12, 01:38 AM||#18|
is space really absolutely nothing?
Nothing by definition is the absence of something and the way OP uses it is the absence of
everything in certain observable area.
And yes vacuum does not have atoms defined by todays standards but its still a different type of gas which is a collection of gases.
|Jul5-12, 01:48 AM||#19|
And it seems you lack the ability to think that you bring up GR here.Even that certain jew confessed that he was talking BS to a certain extent.(After all he was just a mathematician)
I dare you to prove me then that space has curvature!
|Jul5-12, 03:21 AM||#20|
|dark energy, dark matter, space|
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