Does Space exist?

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SasakitheCouncil

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01-19-2012

Outer Space: The physical universe beyond the earth's atmosphere. That exists. GG.


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monkeydog

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01-19-2012

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Originally Posted by Pheṇm View Post
To exist, one must me made of something.

so my hatred for you doesn't exist?

strange, i'm pretty sure it does


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Extra Pistol

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01-19-2012

Still more intelligent than any other thread on GD.


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Rumble Bot

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01-19-2012

Don't make me get into the hidden mass of the universe which will fill in for the speed of the expansion of the Universe in the form of dark matter which ultimately affects the speed of which celestial bodies orbit around other celestial bodies.

btw the space between your toes is called Earth's atmosphere, and some nasty stuff we won't get into because it's your toes.


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EagleSun

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01-19-2012

wow. I cant believe how many people think that space is absense of ANYTHING

space has molecules/atoms/all that good stuff.

its just VERY sparse.

Additionally, in space radiation is abundant, making defining it as a definite "thing" more possible.


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Kilocalypse

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01-19-2012

Drop out of school and then **** around on forums.

AMERICA! **** YEAH


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Arbuthnot

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01-19-2012

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Originally Posted by Pyrranha View Post
Dark matter.

/thread
dark matter is matter


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Jski214

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01-19-2012

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Originally Posted by Pheṇm View Post
Obviously talking about "Outer Space", not the space between your toes.

(Please bear in mind, I dropped out of school a year early. I'm not a genius, I just enjoy thinking about these kinds of things in-depth.)

I've always loved thinking about scientific things like Space, Time, Dimension. Something I was thinking about tonight was, Does space truly exist?


To exist, one must me made of something.
Space is not. Space is not made out of any atoms, molecules, or any other such microscopic thing.

To exist, one must be easily identifiable. Space is not.
You cannot look at "Space". You can see through/past/beyond it. You cannot look out your window and see "Space".

To exist, one must have a purpose, no matter how mundane or trivial it may be.
Space has no purpose. Matter does not NEED Space to exist. Matter exists within 'nothing'.


So tell me, GD, does Space TRULY exist?
Well you have idea and they are real but have no tangible measurement so what do you think also spaces is something you can read you just need objects in that spaces to do so.


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ando

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01-19-2012

*puts on his nerd glasses* actually, the thing we refer to as outer space has plenty of particles in it. it is just an incredibly low pressure system that is rapidly expanding, which is why space grows.


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Arbuthnot

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Originally Posted by EagleSun View Post
wow. I cant believe how many people think that space is absense of ANYTHING

space has molecules/atoms/all that good stuff.

its just VERY sparse.

Additionally, in space radiation is abundant, making defining it as a definite "thing" more possible.
space is you know the space between subatomic particles