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Aristotle, the first in scientific positioning, argued that a special way of thinking, reasoning and research is required to prove the Aether, since we cannot show it, see it, hear it, or approach it. At this point, the "raison d'être" of this book is pointed out!
In 1920, Einstein gave a lecture at Leiden University, changing his original attitude towards Aether, saying:
"To sum up, we can say that, according to the general theory of relativity, space is endowed with physical properties.
According to this concept, therefore, there is an Aether.
Space without Aether is inconceivable, because in such a space there would be neither propagation of light nor the possibility of the existence of the patterns of space and time, and, consequently, there would be no "Space-Time Continuum".