« on: 07/07/2019 17:03:59 »
I don't believe in it for a moment. The path light follows past a planet can bend without space being curved in any way: it's all done by the density of the medium causing lensing effects. A planet in orbit around a star is simply being bent around it like light being bent off line. What makes them look different is that the light going past the star goes one way and is bent a little, but the energy inside the atoms of the planet moves to and fro an astronomical number of times allowing that bending effect to accumulate and become much more severe; sufficiently severe to enable it to be lensed round and round the star in circles.If the density of the medium around a planet could change, then the density between my particles could change too, and I wouldn't need light to explain the bonding, just curved space. No need for synchronisation, so no explanation for mass, and no explanation for motion either. On the contrary, using synchronisation instead of curved space gives us a potential real mechanism for gravitational mass and for acceleration. Is there a real mechanism for density change? One that we can simulate?