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Is this the premise of Energy can exist here? Albeit in incredibly small quantities or size? Is this the premise of string theory?
I suspect that there is a condition where empty space can be devoid of material particles and energy. That condition probably does not exist anywhere in this universe. Present day theories generally assume that space is an empty nothingness. Lately, however, we have taken to the notion that space can expand. If it can expand, it must have some property that can be different in the future than it was in the past.I know of only two properties of empty space. Those are electric permittivity and magnetic permeability. Those two properties allow for the propagation of electromagnetism.
or is this just a place where another dimension is dominant?
Which particles are you talking about.... Elementary particles... No one thinks it is drilled
Dimensions other than the three of space and one of time can be imagined. So far as anyone knows, they can not be experienced. The same is true for virtual entities. To me those things are only place holders to be replaced by real things after the real things are discovered.
Which particles are you talking about.... Elementary particles...
Now we come to the question; If matter is only energy that has found a way to become localized, what is the seed around which this energy congregates. And why does it now demonstrate the phenomenon of gravitational attraction?
Quote from: EthosNow we come to the question; If matter is only energy that has found a way to become localized, what is the seed around which this energy congregates. And why does it now demonstrate the phenomenon of gravitational attraction?I think the gravitational attraction is there even before the energy finds a way to become localized. Gravity belongs to the energy. Matter exhibits gravitational attraction because of its relationship with energy IMHO.
I have things pretty solid in my mind about how energy, matter, and gravity interact. That does not mean that they do interact that way. It is just a consistent concept that works for me. 
What is it that causes the energy to change character and convert to matter?
speaking of particles...............Who could ever imagine particles as large as galaxies, stretching and stretching with the expansion of the universe. Particles that can only be detected when they react with an atom.
The idea that our universe is unique and was created together with space and time from a Primevial Atom
Does that mean that the creation of earth from the "BIG BANG THEORY" is not so popular now?
I sometimes suspect that popularity is inversely proportional to the chance that a theory represents reality. My distaste for the Big Bang theory comes from the concept's need to dismiss the natural laws. Most of the time we hold the rules of nature valid and use them to determine the probability that something might be real.