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According to GR, space can't have an absolute position because the way it is defined. But if it had it would not change shape or position during the process you described.
Space must have physicality ...
Space is just a place where physicality can exist.
QuoteSpace is just a place where physicality can exist.I suspect we need to define physicality. Anything that has a measured distance exists physically and has substance. Even space. Without substance there would be no measured distance between objects.
Very true GoC, but not in the terms which TheBox has suggested. One does not create new space by expanding their lungs, such a suggestion has no merit
I breathe in deep inflating my lungs with air creating a greater volume of space within my lungs, I then breathe out to inflate a balloon, the air and space from my lungs is transferred into the balloon............Space must have physicality ...