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...Gravity clearly DOES exist but in some ways the suggestion of its root origin may be in some way valid.
The quantum vacuum is believed to contain a vast virtual potential of all the states possible within that space We are aware of the Casimir effect an attractive force between conducting plates due to the exclusion of certain virtual quantum vacuum states. The real existence of specific particles or energy effectively excludes some of the virtual states.
The attractive gravity may therefore possibly be the slight excess pressure of the full quantum vacuum on the volume where a few of the virtual states are missing because there are real particles there.
Geezer, seeing as the book is called SuperPrincipia, that's a given.