Hey, guys! I'm back!! What exactly makes opposites attract and likes repel? Sure, you put a proton near an electron. They both move towards each other. So, what's happening? Is this just the action of emission and absorption? All particles emitt and absorb according to their density. When a proton comes in contact with another proton, they both have the same emittance rate, thus push away from each other. Emission overcomes absorption in that situation. Could that be what is happening? Take a black hole and it's singularity (or it's string) and put it against light. The black hole is very dense, ergo absorption takes over emission. The light goes to the center mass and is absorbed and not able to be emitted, explaining why no light is emitted around a suspected "black hole." This has NOTHING to do with my "push" theory of gravity, before you scrutanize me on this idea. It's just something i observed with light while looking at another thread. Light being reflected off a mirror goes through emission and absorption. LAAA!!!