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What we have found is that if Space behaves in the following way, then it gives rise to deductions which correspond to observation and experiment. i) The greater the Wave-Amplitude the greater the Wave-Velocity. ii) The greater the mass-energy density of space the slower the Wave-Velocity. This was a big surprise, because the failure of causality suggests that the communication is taking place at speeds greater than the velocity of light. The same kind of aspect can be applied to discover black hole evaporation, where a singularity slowly weathers away.

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