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If there were only 2 objects in the Universe . . .

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Old 09-30-2003, 02:42 AM
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Default If there were only 2 objects in the Universe . . .

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The question was, could its rotation be determined. I offered an explaination
as to how someone with knowledge of our" laws" of physics, and an assumption
that those same 'laws' held in the single sphere universe. Your argument is
interesting in that it says residents on that sphere might just accept their
observations for the way things were. Maybe, until their Newton got to thinking
about it. My point remains if you imagine such a place and allow
experimentation and measurement, rotation could be quantitated.

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[Only registered users see links. ]emoove (tony) wrote in message news:<[Only registered users see links. ]>...


They would probably produce an Einstein who would simply explain the
variations in gravity as a result of the local curvature of
space-time.

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