I'm tying this into mass manipulating space and these curvatures being what matter (mass) follow.
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Please restate your question. What do you think is being "overlooked"?Yeah, something isn't right. This isn't making any sense. The scientific community is overlooking something.
Why do you think that?I think the science community is missing language. That's the problem. Much of its language seems to cancel out (other language).
Yes it is. So?For instance, we have motion, but we find that it is relative.
Yes it is. So?We have time, but it's relative.
Why not?Motion and force, as words, aren't cutting it.
How mysterious!There is something else going on.
I think the science community is missing language.
Gravity is not one of the forces of nature?
I wish I could delete this post and start over with words like motion.