The law of physics was in relation to claims the lag was non noticeable.
Playing on a console plugged directly into your tv with a controller going straight into it
playing a streaming service which you control, your input goes through your isp to antstream, it processes it then sends it back with a synced up image.
Laws of physics. The second option will ALWAYS be worse. It has more barriers, other factors involved, much further to travel.
Your initial claims were there was NO noticeable lag, which was utter bs and a claim which was then dismissed by several forum members on launch day who found major flaws in the service which can’t even render spectrum games in a near perfect state.
There will always be lag on a system like this. Even if Stephen Hawkins built the damn thing. The concept is simple and basic science, if you remove the console and have ant stream software emulating a game server side, your distance has now greatly increased. Your time to send any signal back increase. This needs to happen multiple times a second in these twitchy arcade games, so your lag will always be present.