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It seems to me that all of physicality is energy and that energy is producing objects as molecular structures.  So, we can further state that all of physicality consists of molecular structure.  These structures “appear” to have boundaries.  When an object moves, how is that affecting the molecular structure of the space in which it is moving?  Is the boundary of space “fluid” to accommodate the moving object as dropping a cube of ice into a glass of water?  Does not the very same space exist regardless the position of the object?

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