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do you mean the word absolutely is more correct than the word of course....
"Of course" signifies a logical conclusion from an arbitrary starting point, i.e. not illogical, but not necessarily unique.
"Absolutely", though the colloquial use is looser, implies an observer-independent reference point, and therefore a unique conclusion.
Contrast "absolutely" with "relatively".
Absolutely stationary is meaningless. There is no universal, operator-independent, reference point C.