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If matter creates space, shouldn't there be experimentally detectable consequences?
Ernst Mach, a man to who influenced Albert Einstein significantly in his approach to relativity, did not quite seem to believe in space as a self-existing entity. I'm pretty sure it would be correct ...
Feb 21 '13 at 23:56
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