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Suppose objects with mass are not attracted to one another and are actually neutral to each other. Suppose they are actually repelled from an unknown force (call it whatever you like) and end up being pushed together. Wouldn't that appear to have the same effect as objects with mass attracting each other, especially if you couldn't work out what the unknown force was?
I postulate a physics where a universal constant exists that repells matter. a VERY weak force in all likelyhood the 'fabric' of space itself acts against mass.