The field-laws also claim to have meaning and validity only in regard to inertial systems. Thus, as in classical mechanics, space is here also independent component in the representation of physical reality. If we imagine matter and field to be removed, inertial-space or, more accurately this space together with associated time remains behind. The four-dimensional structure (Minkowski-space) is thought of being the carrier of matter and of the field. Inertial spaces, with their associated times, are only privileged four dimensional co-ordinate systems, that are linked together by the linear Lorentz transformations. Since there exist in this four-dimensional structure no longer any sections which represent "now" objectively, the concepts of happening and becoming are indeed not completely suspended, but yet complicated.It appears therefore more natural to think of physical reality as a four-dimensional existence , instead of, as hitherto, the evolution of a three-dimensional existence. This rigid four-dimensional analogue of H.A. Lorentz's ridged three dimentional aether.

So what exactly is it that you think you're right about, and what exactly (a quote would be nice) does Einstein say that you think agrees with you?

I think I'm right about everything in Einstein's quote.

Quote from: "Solitary" I think I'm right about everything in Einstein's quote.Since I agree with Einstein, I guess I'm right about what he said too.You don't explain yourself very well, Sol. (Either that, or I need a LOT more sleep.)