If it is discovered that y = y(x), then because everything evolves, x = x(t), then y = y(x,t).

If spaces evolve, and there is no reason to suppose all spaces evolve the same way, then spaces are heterogeneous, and it is highly unlikely that the gravitational constant, G, and the speed of light, c, are constant in all spaces, and have always been constant, as so many physicists assume Occamistically.

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