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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello. I am by no means knowledgeable in General Relativity. With that said:

What if "curvature of space-time" actually is the force fields of massive objects, like the magnetic field of earth?

Why must space-time necessarily have to be "bent"? Is there really only one way to look at the nature of gravity between massive objects? That gravity is a "distortion of space-time"? I know that there's much experimental and observational evidence for GR, but how do we really know there is such a thing as "fabric" of space and time? What exactly is this fabric, at quantum level?

I want to get to the bottom of what gravity really is. Unfortunately, GR is taught like after you have a Bachelor's degree, in your masters.

Anyway, is it beyond a reasonable doubt, that the notion of "curvature" will never be replaced by another theory?

What if, as I speculate, force fields or acceleration fields, account for the bending of light near masses and all the other experimental data for GR? Is that completely impossible?

Thanks for any answers.

What if "curvature of space-time" actually is the force fields of massive objects, like the magnetic field of earth?

Why must space-time necessarily have to be "bent"? Is there really only one way to look at the nature of gravity between massive objects? That gravity is a "distortion of space-time"? I know that there's much experimental and observational evidence for GR, but how do we really know there is such a thing as "fabric" of space and time? What exactly is this fabric, at quantum level?

I want to get to the bottom of what gravity really is. Unfortunately, GR is taught like after you have a Bachelor's degree, in your masters.

Anyway, is it beyond a reasonable doubt, that the notion of "curvature" will never be replaced by another theory?

What if, as I speculate, force fields or acceleration fields, account for the bending of light near masses and all the other experimental data for GR? Is that completely impossible?

Thanks for any answers.