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- adv. With regard to the lumen
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It begins with what Einstein terms the "separation principle" or "separation hypothesis," according to which the real state of affairs in one part of space cannot be affected instantaneously or super-luminally by events in a distant part of space.
In brief, separability asserts the existence of independent real states of affairs in spatially separated regions, and locality asserts that the real state of affairs in one region of space cannot be affected super-luminally by events in another region.