I rarely do forum introductions but I'll do my best. My name's Tom, and I am a science hobbyist. I enjoy trying to find answers to some of the most difficult-to-answer questions/science fields that are still relatively immature (neuroscience for example). I am definitely not well-versed in the literature of science. I enjoy putting difficult-to-understand subjects into something much easier to understand. I work as a network technician so I've managed to get a few analogies from my time studying computer networks which relate to neural networks. Ideally I'd like to put some of the conclusions I've come to on here if that's alright. I don't really mind if they're dismissed; I would just be interested to see if others come to the same conclusion. They aren't quite theories as they don't have the necessary research/evidence. They are more like results of simulations I've run in my head that could potentially be verified if one had access to the right equipment (but I don't). Is there a place on here where I could do that? Its the main reason I joined really- I just want to have a good discussion about the fundamentals of gravity and magnetism mainly (their causes and effects: the difficult-to-work-out stuff). I'm also interested in the practicality of technology that would allow contactless transport (not quite anti-gravity, but mag-lev ships) although I have an interest in all areas of science to some degree. This is just my area of focus at the moment. Hopefully we'll have many interesting conversations in future!