It seems that Einstein's law gives an accurate description of the overall geometry of the vacuum. If so, then the limits that result from inevitable: you can get rid of almost everything, but not from the vacuum. Other laws and limits seem inescapable for similar reasons. In fact, physicists increasingly come to, to describe all the physical laws in terms of the structure of the vacuum. Gravitational waves - a certain type of vacuum fluctuations; black holes - a certain type of turbulence. Similarly, radio waves - a different kind of vacuum fluctuations and elementary particles - is another, very different kind of twist (which in some theories resemble tiny vibrating strings). From this perspective, there is only one substance in the universe - a vacuum, but it takes many forms, including the structures that we call the 'solid matter'. This view suggests the inevitable characteristics of the natural law. If a single substance that fills the universe - it is the universe, then its properties limit what we can do.
Poetry In The Wars
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