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abtrehearn

  • 3 years ago

All the aforementioned is based on treating gravitation as a vector field in a flat three-dimensional space. Other theories may be based on interactions between matter and the four-dimensiomal space-time continuum in the neighborhood of that matter. These other theories may lead to more discoveries about the physical universe. What do you folks out there think?

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