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- RaymondLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
Spacetime is a mathematical space - it is used to facilitate calculations. It works like the much simpler Cartesian graph (the x-y plot) except that it includes time in addition to the usual spatial dimensions (length, heights, depth). Because space expands with time, the metric of that space is not standard (distances in x, y and z expand with time) giving spacetime a mathematical "curvature".

Since it is a structure to support a grid, spacetime itself has no movement. Objects that move through real space will have their movement represented by a line inside the space.

Spacetime itself is static.

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- cosmoLv 71 month ago
There is no evidence that the Big Bang has any net non-zero angular momentum.

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- ZirpLv 71 month ago
English please..

Oh wait, it's goring trying to destroy science by using newspeak

to answer the question: No, space does not time spin

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- Tom SLv 71 month ago
Not really "spin", but it can be "dragged" in a circular motion by a massive rotating object.

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- nyphdinmdLv 71 month ago
Maybe in a five dimensional space.

- goringLv 61 month agoReport
ST already has 26 dimensions

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