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I wonder if it has ever been questioned whether it's not mass that distorts (bends) time-space but the other way around. If space is seen as a field then a distortion in that field is capable of producing work which means it exerts energy. If the distortion is of a specific type, the energy related to the distortion will also have specific characteristics. How about considering that in fact a specific set of characteristics (a.k.a specific space field tensions) would be what we call mass. thank you for your thoughts.
... I do not consider the object being the field, I consider space to be the field and the object being the distortion in the field.
This idea of conductivity I call "field". I may be ignorant but as I was told that light behaves both as matter and as wave and since I was also told that matter cannot travel at the speed of light,
I take the liberty of assuming that light travels at c only as a wave. I do need to see the sea in order to imagine the wave. Is that wrong?
I happen to read and watch every popularised science article/video I can put my eyes on and I recently heard that in a way "Matter is Energy in high density".
I'm sorry if I have failed in my understanding and again I wish to thank you for even reading my thoughts.