On 9/30/2012 7:34 AM, Roger Clough wrote:
Hi Stephen P. King
With his relativity principle, Einstein showed us that
there is no such thing as space, because all distances
are relational, relative, not absolute.
The Michelson朚orley experiment also proved that
there is no ether, there is absolutely nothing
there in what we call space. Photons simply
jump across space, their so-called waves are
simply mathematical constructions.
Leibniz similarly said, in his own way, that
neither space nor time are substances.
They do not exist. They do exist, however,
when they join to become (extended) substances
appearing as spacetime.
Roger Clough, rclo...@verizon.net
"Forever is a long time, especially near the end." -Woody Allen
Indeed! We just have different ideas about monads. I see the
monads, as Leibniz defined them, as flawed. I seek to fix that flaw so
that the theory of monads "works" with other modern concepts.
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