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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Please excuse my naive use of algebra.

[tex]R_{s}=c\frac{\phi_1 \phi_2}{r^2}[/tex]

I have concocted this equation in an attempt to show that the stuff of which space is made resists the passage of light.

I wonder how more experienced members of this forum would interpret the equation?

R_s is the resistivity of space, c is the speed of light in a vacuum, ø is the flux of light in a location and r^2 is distance.

Does this make any sense at all?

[tex]R_{s}=c\frac{\phi_1 \phi_2}{r^2}[/tex]

I have concocted this equation in an attempt to show that the stuff of which space is made resists the passage of light.

I wonder how more experienced members of this forum would interpret the equation?

R_s is the resistivity of space, c is the speed of light in a vacuum, ø is the flux of light in a location and r^2 is distance.

Does this make any sense at all?