On Jul 24, 12:05 am, Jesse Mazer <laserma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Substantivalism doesn't treat spacetime as a "substance" in the sense of
> necessarily being made up of discrete grainy bits (which is all that the
> gamma ray prediction was meant to test,
> seehttp://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/06/110630111540.htm), it just
> says that spacetime has physical properties of its own, like the notion of
> the different curvature at different points in spacetime which is present in
> general relativity.
I think that the inferred curvature of space can be explained by
perceptual relativity of physical phenomena rather than any physical
properties of the vacuum between them. Space is the void-continuity
between matter, time is the continuity-void between energy changes.
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