Ok, so I dont know much about general relativity or quantum mechanics but, if gravity effects everything in the universe, and if heisenberg's uncertainty principle makes it so that you can not have truly empty space (so every point of space has to have some sort of particle occupying it, bc if you did not then you would be able to measure in some way an exact point of space down to 0 variance in measurement) then wouldnt gravity just pull and curve every bit of space in on its self? Forgive my ignorance, and if the question makes no sense then just disregard it, lol.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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