Has anyone read this? Either the physicists interviewed in this article were ridiculously stupid or they're so smart that they go right over my head. People at NASA sent out some sort of probe which was just intended to go out into the uiniverse with no particular destination. It constantly sent signals back to NASA and they could tell how far it was from earth and the speed at which it was travelling. They noticed that the farther it got from the sun, the slower it was going, and this allarmed them greatly, and they said it defied gravity in some way. As I see it: 1.) There's matter in space. When you travel through matter, you get friction and slow down. 2.) Gravity impedes on inertia. If you throw a ball up into the air (away from earth's center of gravity) it will go fast, then slow down until it stops and comes back. It seems that's what the ship was doing, the initial inertia it got from being launched was being impeded upon from the gravity of the sun/planets. Now, are the scientists who thought this ship's movements just operating on such a level that I don't understand their logic, or am I smarter than them?