Why can't motion be relative to space?
How fast is space moving? I.e. a spaceship is sitting in space, how would it measure its speed relative to space?
I don't know how fast space is moving. I didn't even know that space could move.
You wouldn't be able to measure speed relative to space.
Exactly. That's why motion can't be relative to space. At least not in any scientifically useful sense.
So does space move? What is space?
If space is a thing which moves, surely there must be some way of detecting it.
So running your logic in reverse, since there is no way to detect its movement then surely it must not be a thing which moves.
How do you know space moves? What is space?
I never claimed that I do know this.
I am not comfortable continuing a conversation when you respond to every comment I make as though I had said the opposite of what I did. Thread closed.
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