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March 11, 2016 at 9:57 am #441
Gyula, I guess I’ll call on Heisenberg so
when the position gets uncertain enough, I’ll
know the velocity pretty accurately. And
I’ll measure it in a laboratory to minimize
I am still troubled by your requirement
that “space” cannot warp, so I am “all ears”
as to why it cannot warp.
And please don’t expect me to understand that
“space” cannot warp because your theory says
so; I desire the physical reason that led you
to find-out that “space” cannot warp.
That is, is non-warping an assumption and/or
a formalism and/or an interpretation and/or