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A Brief Experiment of Space

By Huang, Cres

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Title: A Brief Experiment of Space  
Author: Huang, Cres
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Space
Collections: Science, Critical Thinking, Science Fiction Collection, Logic, Astronomy, Authors Community, Literature, Most Popular Books in China
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Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Cres Huang


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We have learned to manipulating matter and energy since our first existence on Earth, however, never space. Luckily, there is vacuum sharing some properties of space. We can create and shape vacuum to some extent. This experiment will observe the actions of vacuum, mass and energy to derive a logical understanding of space.

The power of space is it's shapeless, actionless, and timeless. It is not affected by mass or force, even hyper-nova can not dent it. Consider space has room for the universe. Let anything move free without any restriction. Not even disallowing objects to share the same location, but let objects to work out sharing or rejecting. It has nothing, but nothing can come to exist without it, and nothing can escape from it. I believe space is the only element that can exist by itself. No event can take place unless the playing field is set first. No construction can start unless the space is readily available. I would say if we would ever discover the origin of the universe, space comes first. Isn't it the ultimate power mightier than anything?

Here, the properties of space is summarized as: • Playing-field for mass, energy, and action. • Massless, shapeless, and weightless. • Actionless or absolute zero. • Contains no energy. • Frictionless or zero viscosity. • Incapable of any interaction. • Coexists with all objects. • Beyond measure. • Absolute independent. • Absolute integrity. It’s properties and location never alter.

Table of Contents
Abstract i Contents ii List of Figures iii List of Tables iii 1 Introduction 1 2 Outline of The Experiment 4 3 Space and Vacuum 5 4 Space and Friction 7 5 Space and Motion 9 6 Space and Expansion 12 7 Space and Compression 14 8 Space and Energy 16 9 Summary 18 10 Appendix- Fundamental Principles 20


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