Okay I'm definitely a layman but let me see if I can explain this. I recently heard of a theory that goes something like this: In relation to all the other physical forces in the universe, gravity is incredibly weak. To explain this, some think that our gravity is the result of a much more powerful force leaking into our dimension from higher ones. Or perhaps our gravitational force is leaking out into the lower dimensions. My question is about the validity of this theory. I don;t expect anyone to come out and prove it wrong or right or anything. But I was just looking for the opinion of someone with more experience than myself.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Phil

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