And the evidence is clear that Space does not act like an empty vacuum. Man has always observed, for example, that Space will generate waves of energy when excited by a source, because we can see the waves of energy as light reflecting off objects in the universe. Waves do not form in an empty vacuum. And in the last century we learned that Space vibrates when excited by a radio transmitter, because we can detect the vibrations with a radio receiver. An empty vacuum will not vibrate. So we have evidence that Space does not act like an empty vacuum. The substance that makes up Space is seething with waves and vibrations created by both man and nature.
And we have evidence that Space is strongly distorted in the presence of a magnetized mass or an electric current where all electrons are aligned. Every school child has traced the strong distortions with iron filings sprinkled on a piece of paper held near a magnet or a hot electric wire. And we now have experimental evidence that space is weakly distorted in the presence of a large mass like the sun, even though its electrons are not aligned, because scientists have seen starlight bend when passing through the distortion of space near our sun during an eclipse. And Space is literally full of distortions that planets and suns and entire swirling galaxies trace as they orbit themselves and nearby objects in Space. So Space is no empty vacuum because only a substance can produce waves, vibrations and distortions.
It’s my view, once physical science sheds the magical thinking of cosmology and bases its assumptions on the laws of thermodynamics, the accumulated evidence concerning the nature of Space, and the predictions of quantum mechanics to factor-in Space as a sea of infinite energy instead of zero or an empty vacuum, mathematicians will quickly consolidate cosmic physics and quantum physics into a “Theory of Everything,” and put us on the road to discovering how to manipulate the infinite energy of Space to work for mankind. The only question that will be left, Smarty Pants, is where did the sea of infinite energy called Space come from?
When one deep thinks on infinity, there is not only no measurement possible and no time, but also, if we were in a finite system, it would have a beginning and an ending, and have already passed.