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wolram

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i dare say i will be jumped on from a great hight for this statement but here goes anyway

if spacetime has structure as predicted in LQG then anything traveling

through this structure should have a different speed than in a pure vacuum without gravitational effects, the problem i see is unless one can construct a perfect vacuum without gravitational effects how can it be tested?

is there a mathmatical way of testing this statement?

if spacetime has structure as predicted in LQG then anything traveling

through this structure should have a different speed than in a pure vacuum without gravitational effects, the problem i see is unless one can construct a perfect vacuum without gravitational effects how can it be tested?

is there a mathmatical way of testing this statement?

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