What Is Meant By SUBSPACEThe Arcturians and Sue Lie
I love Science Fiction shows, and they often talk about “subspace.” Therefore, I set myself on a campaign to find out exactly what that means. First, I went to the dictionary and found:
“Subspace is a space that is wholly contained in another space, or whose points or elements are all in another space. In science fiction, subspace often represents a hypothetical space–time continuum used for communication at a speed faster than that of light.”
There were other definitions, but they were written for one who has a PhD in mathematics and physics, which is NOT me.
Another definition was:
A linear subspace is usually called simply a subspace when the context serves to distinguish it from other kinds of subspace.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A space inheriting all characteristics of a parent space.
- A subset…
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