## Incorporating the Absolute-Absolute Spacetime and Its Underlying Absolute-Absolute Intrinsic-Intrinsic Spacetime Into Physics 2

**Authors:** A. O. Adekugbe Joseph

We derive the properties of the absolute-absolute spacetime containing the absolute-absolute rest masses of particles and bodies to complement the first part of this paper. We establish the perfect isotropy and consequently the spherical shape of the universal ‘three-dimensional’ absolute-absolute space and the absolute-absolute rest masses of particles and bodies contained in it, relative to observers in the flat physical spacetime of the theory of gravitational relativity (TGR), but that the ‘three-dimensional’ absolute-absolute space naturally contracts to an isotropic ‘one-dimensional’ absolute-absolute space containing lines of absolute-absolute rest masses of particles and bodies, (which has no unique orientation in the physical Euclidean 3-space) relative to observers in the flat physical spacetime. We show further that the universal spherical absolute-absolute space effectively contains a ‘massless dust particle’ of absolute zero rest mass and absolute zero extension at every point of it and is without a unique center, but must be replaced by the universal isotropic `one-dimensional’ absolute-absolute space with no unique base (or origin), containing a ‘massless dust particle’ of absolute zero rest mass and absolute zero extension at every point along its length, relative to observers in the flat physical spacetime of TGR. We also show that the universal absolute-absolute time ‘dimension’ is perfectly homogeneous relative to observers in the physical spacetime. We show that the concepts of co-moving coordinates (or frames), ‘everywhereness’ and simultaneity obtain in the absolute-absolute spacetime and its underlying absolute-absolute intrinsic-intrinsic spacetime relative to observers in physical spacetime. Finally we demonstrate the impossibility (or non-existence) of absolute-absolute natural laws of physics in the absolute-absolute spacetime relative to observers in spacetime.

**Comments:** 24 Pages. Change done because of error in the abstract

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[v1] 2012-12-11 09:48:42

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