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**New Theories / Re: What exactly is gravity**

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“Einstein eventually identified the property of spacetime which is responsible for gravity as its curvature. Space and time in Einstein's universe are no longer flat (as implicitly assumed by Newton) but can pushed and pulled, stretched and warped by matter. Gravity feels strongest where spacetime is most curved, and it vanishes where spacetime is flat”.

Gravitation is not an attractive force between masses, but a pressure force exerted by spacetime on closed volumes that tends to bring them closer to each other.

Ok, there is another thinking or possibility that these elementary particles are building blocks and are responsible for Curvature of space time which is not at all correct.

It is true that Earth is a huge mass and space time around Earth is curved. As per Einstein this is responsible for Gravity.

Well it is true and scientifically proved that all the closed volumes, such as elementary particles produces a convex curvature of space time.

Suppose let us assume that an elementary particle curved the space time. Isn’t it true that this elementary particle is already existing in a deformed or curved space.

Basic question is:

01 Elementary particle exists in a deformed space time only.

02 It is also curving space time.

03 What exactly is the relationship in between these two curvatures.

04 Can we say that both are different.

This is the important point that bothers my mind. Well, of course any curvature mainly depends on the distribution of mass/energy. Since mass is equated with energy, let us assume as energy only.

Ok, it is true that there is strong curvature against Earth. I feel that curvature of Earth is strongly influencing each and every particle.

Curving the space time by an elementary particle in a curved path to non-curved is different. This is like, if we are in a big water body, at the surface we will differently when compared to a deep place. As we move deep, pressure exerted by water increases.

In case if an elementary particle exist in a non-curved paths, do it, curve the space time similarly or differently.

If this is explored properly scientific revolutions will come out.

Yours

Psreddy

Gravitation is not an attractive force between masses, but a pressure force exerted by spacetime on closed volumes that tends to bring them closer to each other.

Ok, there is another thinking or possibility that these elementary particles are building blocks and are responsible for Curvature of space time which is not at all correct.

It is true that Earth is a huge mass and space time around Earth is curved. As per Einstein this is responsible for Gravity.

Well it is true and scientifically proved that all the closed volumes, such as elementary particles produces a convex curvature of space time.

Suppose let us assume that an elementary particle curved the space time. Isn’t it true that this elementary particle is already existing in a deformed or curved space.

Basic question is:

01 Elementary particle exists in a deformed space time only.

02 It is also curving space time.

03 What exactly is the relationship in between these two curvatures.

04 Can we say that both are different.

This is the important point that bothers my mind. Well, of course any curvature mainly depends on the distribution of mass/energy. Since mass is equated with energy, let us assume as energy only.

Ok, it is true that there is strong curvature against Earth. I feel that curvature of Earth is strongly influencing each and every particle.

Curving the space time by an elementary particle in a curved path to non-curved is different. This is like, if we are in a big water body, at the surface we will differently when compared to a deep place. As we move deep, pressure exerted by water increases.

In case if an elementary particle exist in a non-curved paths, do it, curve the space time similarly or differently.

If this is explored properly scientific revolutions will come out.

Yours

Psreddy