The Dilemma of Science, Space, and Thought.
Space prior to the Big Bang.
It Doesn't Exist.
Isn't that wonderful, if we can't measure something, it doesn't exist.
Perhaps we need to call on René Descartes who said, "I think, therefore I am" to help science understand their dilemma.
We also need the likes of that great Mr. Feynman to help science recognize the need for formulating a concept when the measuring tools are not readily available.
By Charles J. Sven
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