Is there an invisible physical entity that mediates gravity? General Relativity says that it is warped space. Quantum Mechanics says that it is a 0D particle that delivers negative momentum. Science says that it is something else.
Mathematical Physics offers irrational explanations for gravity
General Relativity explains gravity as the warping of space. Relativists claim that the planets orbit the Sun much like a tiny ball circles a roulette. It is a wall of space that keeps Mercury from flying away from its orbit. They had to convert space into a physical object to make their point, for else, the mechanism fails entirely.
On the other hand, Quantum Mechanics explains gravity as a force which is ‘carried’ by particles known as gravitons. This tiny bead strikes a bowling ball and delivers ‘negative momentum’ (Look under the heading, “How can they be responsible for attractive forces?):
“If the momentum transferred by the wave points in the direction from the receiving particle to the emitting one, the effect is that of an attractive force. The moral is that the lines in a Feynman diagram are not to be interpreted literally as the paths of classical particles.”
In other words, Mathemagical Physics offers irrational mechanisms for how gravity works. Theorists label these absurd physical interpretations with the euphemism: ‘non-classical’. Most people have bought into these theories simply on the basis of authority.
Well, the only way we can rationalize this is by assuming that there is an invisible, elongated entity mediating the transaction. Invisibility does not mean supernatural. Invisibility is an issue of observers and their ability to detect. Action-at-a-distance without a mediator is what is irrational. It is the theorist who claims there is no mediator in action-at-a-distance phenomena that is introducing black magic and spirits to explain the mechanism.
The EM rope hypothesis simulates gravity
Let’s first get an intuitive feel for the theory. Hold the center of a stretched rubber band. Your fingers don’t feel any tension (Fig. 3). Now stretch the center away from the axis. Instantly, you feel the tug (Fig. 4), and unless the rubber band rips, you feel the tension at all times.
Analogy of how ‘mass’ appears by mere location of objects vis-à-vis each other.
Let’s now assume that we have a tug of war between two men of equal strength. Four others just grab ahold of the rope. Therefore, neither of the two men tugging is affected by their intervention. If instead, the four men join one of them and pull individually against the other, the lone competitor will suddenly feel a much stronger pull. This is an analogy of how gravity works with EM ropes.
Four men placing their hands on the tug-of-war rope are not felt by either contestant
Four men joining a contestant in a tug-of-war are felt by the other contestant.
We have 5 atoms which are part of a cube. They are all lined up one behind the other and pulling on a lonely atom (# 6) which is part of a cylinder (Fig. 7). We will assume that the ropes superimpose perfectly. This scenario resembles Fig. 5. The lonely atom # 6 is essentially tugging against one. (Briefly, the reason for this is that the atoms forming the cube pull on each other as well. For simplicity, we will just say that the tug of war is between # 5 and # 6.)
However, when the cube and the cylinder approach each other, the ropes fan out. Each of the 5 atoms of the cube now pulls independently on the lonely atom. The force of pull on atom # 6 is suddenly greater. Note that we achieved this effect simply by changing the locations of the cube and the cylinder vis-à-vis each other!
How to create ‘mass’ by simply changing location.
Atoms 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 are on the same axis as atom 6.
By changing the location of the cylinder (closer in this case), atoms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, have an independent relation with respect to atom 6.
Real objects are comprised of interconnected atoms. The atoms of any two objects are also interconnected.
When two object are far apart, the EM ropes that interconnect their respective atoms come together and act as one. As one object approaches another, the EM ropes increasingly fan out and act independently. This mechanism causes gravitational acceleration.