Comment: "Scientists" have no cogent definition for "space"

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"Scientists" have no cogent definition for "space"

In fact they have ciruclar definitions for that and also time, energy and matter which each depend on the undefined others, that take them round in tiny circles headed toward disappearing up their own anuses.

They ignore the millions of stories of out of body experiences which ahve the common factors of "I saw" and "I thought". They never say "my body perceived my soul near the ceiling". The spiritual being is separate from the body and is the only thing that perceives and thinks.

What if there were a process by which the spiritual being could make pieces of matter disappear and another by which he could create, out of nothing, something which others could perceive? Would that be enough for anyone to realise that there are undercuts to Newton's "absolutes" so universally worshipped?