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what is space/vacuum?

3 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:53
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The universe is expanding. There's not very much shit in the space (on a relative scale), so there's no pressure. Absence of pressure.
5 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:53
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Astronomer here.

Space is between bodies. There's no air pressure between celestial bodies, so a vaccum is created.
7 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:54
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According to relativity, space is where there's no matter, or dark matter. It's where there's essentially no time either. Because according to relativity, matter is actually required for time to exist. Space is just the cosmic medium that houses matter
8 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:54
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It means that the entire universe is inside of some clean freaks vacuum and the dude leaves it running 24/7 and if he ever turns it off everything that you know and love will just cease to be.
14 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-14 11:56
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One of the most enigmatic of all transpersonal phenomena is the experience of the void: the encounter with primordial emptiness, nothingness and silence. This extraordinary spiritual experience is of a highly paradoxical nature. The void exists beyond form of any kind. While being a source of everything, it cannot itself be derived from anything else. It is beyond space and time. While we can perceive nothing concrete in the void, there is also the profound sense that nothing is missing. This absolute emptiness is simultaneously pregnant with all of existence, since it contains everything in a potential form.

—Stanislav Grof: "The Holotropic Mind"

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