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We have all seen computer graphics showing gravity as a three-dimensional grid with a star and a planet deforming the grid.
This is a nice visualization of gravity, but let’s consider the real-universe implications. It means that in certain regions - according to Einstein’s theories - space itself is distorted, being compressed or expanded due to the effects of gravity.
First space has no properties. It is just a measurement.
The distortions of what Einstein calls space are really the compression and or expansion of the gravitational wave which exists in dark matter/ dark energy.
There are three forms of energy, linear, angular, and spherical. All matter constantly radiates dark matter/energy. this is emitted in jumps.When a sphere of dark energy is radiated it kicks against the previous quanta of dark energy. The kickback causes gravity. thus the universe is full of what I call dot-waves. You cannot see them because they are spherical energy and you only see linear and angular forms of energy such as a photon.
That's quite wrong. Space does have properties such as being curved. Saying that it is "just" a measurement does nothing but prove that point since what is t ere is what is measured.
All of those ideas are dead wrong. May I ask you where you got these ideas from?
The Michelson–Morley experiment attempted to prove there's an aether quality of empty space. If there is such a quality, it's currently beyond our ability to detect it, so it's more or less agreed, negative on the aether.General relativity predicts gravity has a cone shape distortion on space and time, but the distortion is in dilation of time and strength in the field of gravity.
It could be argued that space is simply an abstract concept that is useful to illustrate certain theoretical ways of modelling the universe. This is not something I personally believe.