if mass curves the space around it is mass perhaps curved space itself?
Space-time is mass-energy: probably dark energy plus vacuum particles.
Protons and electrons curve this space-time.
doesnt gravity warp space time?
Einstein held that spacetime is the gravity field. Momentum and energy, including the energy of mass, cause the geometry of the field to change, which is interpreted as curved spacetime. Spacetime curvature and momentum-energy are dynamically linked by Einstein's field equations; each one changes the other.
Can we learn from that that non-linear fabric of space/time (n_Dim fabric that is curved toward n+1_Dim) is an anti-entropic zone?
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