12-30-2016, 08:56 PM

I've been interested in spacetime interactions ever since I read an interesting "mind" experiment proposed by A.E. it goes as follows: imagine you have an empty box. One can imagine that the space inside is discrete from the space outside it. Now imagine that you reduce the thickness of the walls of the box until they are reduced to a thickness of 1 atom. The integrity of the space inside can still be distinct from that outside. Now imagine you place another box inside the first. The space of that box can be considered as discrete from the space of the outer box. Now reduce the thickness of both boxes to zero while still recognizing the integrity of both spaces. Now move the inner box. Can the inner space be considered to be accelerated relative to the outer space? Obviously I believe it to be so. I believe spaces of every sort to have a physicality. But, the proof is the problem.