reply to post by Maxmars
Maths aside, I love reading about this stuff too. I don't claim to understand this completely, but I don't believe Dragan's disagreeing
with the maths of the "missing mass" that others have come up with, just that this quantum void might be a paradigm shift capable of explaining a
state / property of gravity previously unknown. I think previous theories insist gravity relied upon a mass to exist, not being able to have one
without the other... this might change that and wouldn't surprise me! Electric universe theory aside, you can not have an up without a down no?
Gravity without anti-gravity so to speak.
Gravity, for all intents and purposes in my mind breaks the "universal speed limit" of the speed of light. We have stellar bodies interacting with
each other over light years, perhaps almost instantly? We can't honestly say we know the ins and outs of something (gravity) we've been studying
and contemplating for nearly 300 years. I believe there is a huge potential with the in-depth understanding of gravity, why would we not be able to
tap that potential? Noone would argue that there's not something we are missing. I hope this can be proved one way or another in the near future,
or even inspire another great mind to think differently and perhaps stumble down the right path.