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**Author:**

Leon, Antonio

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Gravity

**Language:**

English

**Date Published:**

August 25, 2023

**Downloads:**

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**Keywords:**

gravitational waves, spacetime continuum, dense order, discreteness, physical space, physical time, real objects versus useful fictions, fundamental physics, operational physics.

**Abstract:**

This article presents an unexpected formal consequence of the experimental detection of gravitational waves. It proves that space is not a theoretical fiction useful for discussing the relative positions of physical bodies, but a real physical object. It also proves that space is not formed by a non-denumerable infinitude of inextensive points, but by a finite number of discrete, indivisible and contiguous units of non-zero extension. The demonstration is based both on the now undeniable reality of gravitational waves, and on the inconsistency of the Hypothesis of the Actual Infinity subsumed in the Axiom of Infinity, inconsistency that is very briefly demonstrated in Appendix B of this paper. I invite you to examine that very short demonstration, and if you do not find it correct, you can stop reading this article right there.

Space, empty space is outside of our Universe. It is empty except for our and possibly other Universes. This empty space has no dimensions. A true presentation of infinity in every direction.

Gravitational waves are located inside our Universe and their exact nature is still undefined. The author is correct that interstellar space within our Universe contains discrete something to facilitate the movement of gravitational waves and other energies.

Gravitational waves are located inside our Universe and their exact nature is still undefined. The author is correct that interstellar space within our Universe contains discrete something to facilitate the movement of gravitational waves and other energies.

These words are directed toward "gravitational waves" not at Mr. Leon.

We have a gravitational wave detector: the Ocean. The motions are rather complex. Earth turns in the combined gravitational field of the Sun and the Moon once per day. In addition, the Moon travels around Earth once every 28 days or so. One could create microgravity waves of higher frequency in the laboratory with moving masses.

I never understood the big hullabaloo promoted for "gravitational waves."

Next, they will tell me that Ice Cream tastes good.

We have a gravitational wave detector: the Ocean. The motions are rather complex. Earth turns in the combined gravitational field of the Sun and the Moon once per day. In addition, the Moon travels around Earth once every 28 days or so. One could create microgravity waves of higher frequency in the laboratory with moving masses.

I never understood the big hullabaloo promoted for "gravitational waves."

Next, they will tell me that Ice Cream tastes good.

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