« on: 24/05/2019 20:05:07 »
I don't think you would float if space were denser, it probably be harder to move around in it, like on the moon where gravity is less dense and they kind of bound and bounce around.Space can have density by which I mean a large volume can be squeezed into a smaller area.How might one express this density? Liters per liter? How might space with density 1 liter per liter be distinguished from space with 3 liters per liter? I suppose if there were identical 1kg rocks in each of the two liters, the one in the 3 liters-per-liter box would be measurably less dense since there's thrice the space in that same volume. Maybe it would float.