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Sure, I said in a previous response "If a point is nothing, and space is nothing, and you're creating a volume in space using 4 points, say, it's still nothing, right, despite how you change the point distances from each other, right?"Maybe I should ask, "How do you think space expands in the absence of anything else"?
, in any nominated position, in view of light in space, views the appearannce of space expanding as by the effect of light?
I'm assuming because the rocket is no longer visible "real-time" its because the time it takes for light for the transmission of the rocket to get to us, or it went FTL? Help me there.
So, that looks ok, but what's the explanation for what you're proposing, the nature of space and light, that interrelationship?The "transverse of the inverse"...is that a metaphor, or a scientific thing we're not aware of yet?
Granted you've been thanked 82 times or so now, and granted I haven't been made aware of your pre-required thesis, "yet" where's the OP, right? Have we answered the OP's question? I mean, we can't derail this discussion, right?
OP, is this helping your question?
You can't change the distance between the points is the exact reason space is not and cannot expand.
Most opp's start a discussion then abandon them
Space does not expand relative to anything, observation expands relative to space and light
Quote from: Thebox on 02/04/2018 14:03:19Space does not expand relative to anything, observation expands relative to space and lightThe distance between most galaxies is increasing at an accelerating rate, those galaxies dont experience an acceleration as they move apart from each other because the space between them is increasing, the galaxies themselves are in effect in freefall and feel no acceleration due to the expansion of space between them.