Re: Does space tell matter how to mov?
- From: "Y.y.Porat" <y.y.porat@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 1 Mar 2009 06:40:08 -0800 (PST)
On Mar 1, 3:26 pm, Sam Wormley <sworml...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Tom Potter wrote:
It is interesting to see that
John Wheeler and General Relativity Cultists
assert that time intervals (Spaces) between matter
have force fields that move matter.
"Matter tells space how to curve,
and space tells matter how to move."
No doubt the time interval (Space) between
matter affects matter,
but does the time interval (Space) between
two hunks of matter affect outside matter
if the outside matter maintains the same
time interval to the center of mass of the matter?
It would be interesting to conduct an experiment
to modulate a microscopic time interval between two hunks of matter,
and determine if outside matter was affected by the varying space
or by its' distance from the other matter's
center of mass, charge, magnetic field.
Your wish is my command, Potter.
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