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Tru or the Relative Universe
Marcus B. Bergh
Written in English
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The Universe as Cosmic Dashboard Relational quantum mechanics suggests physics might be a science of perceptions, not observer-independent reality By Bernardo Kastrup on THE CONSTANCY OF THE SPEED OF LIGHT. Once we realise that light is some sort of a wave, a natural question is "what is waving?" One answer to this question is that it is the luminiferous idea behind this word is that there is an all-pervading homogenous massless substance everywhere in the universe, and it is this ether that is the medium through which light :// Alternate Cover Edition can be found here.
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