# Space is made of ?

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I think you understand what I am saying .

Additionally added , consider walking , we ourselves traverse through space .
Well of course we do. So what?

Well of course we do. So what?
When we walk there is no resistant force to our walking other than if it is a windy day and we are walking facing a strong wind . I think if we consider equality , space must be equal to mass as there doesn't seem an inequality between any sort of forces. Consider KE and a bicycle rolling down a hill , there is no resistant force unless the brakes are applied. So space must be equal to mass .

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Space is not the opposite of mass. Read a book. There is nothing wrong with not knowing, but there is with pretending to know something you don't know.

Just because you don't like my notion , it doesn't mean it isn't true , I've an open mind and I have the freedom to speak my opinion .
As I've told people before, you shouldn't be thinking outside the box until you understand the box.

Learn some science before you try to make up any "new perspectives".

When we walk there is no resistant force to our walking other than if it is a windy day and we are walking facing a strong wind . I think if we consider equality , space must be equal to mass as there doesn't seem an inequality between any sort of forces. Consider KE and a bicycle rolling down a hill , there is no resistant force unless the brakes are applied. So space must be equal to mass .
This makes no sense at all. One moment you appear to be coherent and the next you talk complete gibberish. I think I'll leave you to it for now.

As I've told people before, you shouldn't be thinking outside the box until you understand the box.

Learn some science before you try to make up any "new perspectives".
You are talking rubbish and I see your game trying to belittle me.

This makes no sense at all. One moment you appear to be coherent and the next you talk complete gibberish. I think I'll leave you to it for now.
It was coherent , you're pretending it wasn't .

It would be a difficult challenge for sure to gain an answer and adjust the science in consideration of an assumed aether .
Read your science history to learn about a possible aether. You are trying to rehash stuff that has long ago been debated and the science adjusted for correctness.
In physics, aether theories (also known as ether theories) propose the existence of a medium, a space-filling substance or field, thought to be necessary as a transmission medium for the propagation of electromagnetic or gravitational forces. Since the development of special relativity, theories using a substantial aether fell out of use in modern physics, and are now joined by more abstract models.
This early modern aether has little in common with the aether of classical elements from which the name was borrowed. The assorted theories embody the various conceptions of this medium and
substance.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aether_theories

Read your science history to learn about a possible aether. You are trying to rehash stuff that has long ago been debated and the science adjusted for correctness. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aether_theories
Read your science history to learn about a possible aether. You are trying to rehash stuff that has long ago been debated and the science adjusted for correctness. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aether_theories

You are talking rubbish and I see your game trying to belittle me.
I'm not trying to belittle you. I'm trying to get you to stop making a fool of yourself. You're in no position to be having new ideas about science until you understand the existing ideas.

I'm not trying to belittle you. I'm trying to get you to stop making a fool of yourself. You're in no position to be having new ideas about science until you understand the existing ideas.

Sounds more like religion than science , a fear of new ideas .

Sounds more like religion than science , a fear of new ideas .
It has nothing to do with "fear" of new ideas. For the third time, you have to understand the old ideas before you can even know if your ideas are new.

It has nothing to do with "fear" of new ideas. For the third time, you have to understand the old ideas before you can even know if your ideas are new.
Quite clearly a lie and an assumption of my lack of knowledge , a massive mistake by yourself in thinking . I was guided in science and you just proved you lie .

Is this that ignorant troll Theorist-Constant in yet another guise?
an assumption of my lack of knowledge
You've clearly demonstrated a lack of knowledge.
I was guided in science
And equally clearly shown that you don't know science.
and you just proved you lie .
Wrong.

Quite clearly a lie and an assumption of my lack of knowledge , a massive mistake by yourself in thinking . I was guided in science and you just proved you lie .
You've demonstrated your lack of knowledge. Who or what "guided" you?

Grist for thought.
In reality, glass isn't a liquid at all. It's a special kind of solid known as an amorphous solid. This is a state of matter in which the atoms and molecules are locked into place, but instead of forming neat, orderly crystals, they arrange themselves randomly. As a result, glasses are mechanically rigid like solids, yet have the disordered arrangement of molecules like liquids. Amorphous solids form when a solid substance is melted at high temperatures and then cooled rapidly -- a process known as quenching.
https://science.howstuffworks.com/question404.htm

You've demonstrated your lack of knowledge. Who or what "guided" you?
You know very well , stop pretending I can't read or don't know any science. I suggest you look up Oxford science then you'll understand your position .

Is this that ignorant troll Theorist-Constant in yet another guise?

You've clearly demonstrated a lack of knowledge.

And equally clearly shown that you don't know science.

Wrong.

Merging games of forum posters hey ?

Oh I know how stuff works , without doubt though I'll find religion more engaging than science with my physics.
Depends on how much you know about religion, no? Most people here are well versed in religion regardless of belief system.

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