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where is the gravity mechanism??
as a joke maybe
Gravity is easy to explain if you work under the assumption that the speed of light is the ground state of the universe, meaning the speed of light defines a lower potential than does matter and any inertial reference. We normally use earth reference, which is inertial, as the ground state because this is where we live and this makes it easier us to compare with each other. This goes back to ancient times. However, if you look at extreme energy photons, which can split into matter and anti-matter, matter and anti-matter only appear, at the upper limits of energy. The annihilation of matter and anti-matter lowers potential by reforming energy. This condensation of energy, into matter/anti-matter, also implies the speed of light of the original extreme energy, by becoming matter and anti-matter, can no longer move at the speed of light; special relativity. This now defines an inertial state. If we take away the anti-matter, as our early universe somehow did, and we end with only matter, the matter still can't move at the speed of light and it still contains original extreme energy potential stemming from its original formation; 1/2 annihilation potential. Gravity is just one of several paths that allows matter to lower potential and move toward the speed of light reference. As matter clumps into stars, for example, the space-time reference of the matter begins to contract; general relativity. This is moving in the general direction of the C reference of light, which defines a point-instant, lowering potential as it goes. Blackholes get real close to this point-instant limit of the speed of light reference.Their stability is an artifact of so little potential remaining with the C ground state. A star will contract space-time and lowers potential, with the speed of light ground state first by gravity and then via fusion; mass burn back to energy. If we use earth or inertial reference as the ground state, complications arise to make theory more difficult and complex. As an analogy, say we had a bicycle on a large flat plateau on the top of a hill; inertial reference and matter. If we assume this plateau is the ground state, how do you explain all the hidden energy that seems to appear beyond the plateau out of nowhere? Dark energy! But if you assume the speed of light, you begin at the bottom of the hill and have no such surprises
Are you suggesting mass is a type of compressed frozen energy?