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Lifegazer

Would it be feasible to consider everything as a form of positive & negative space?

For example, when charge moves through the positive-space (of matter), there is an instant negative-response, so that a charge runs-through space - creating the magnetic-field.

Also; for every atom with a positive-nucleus of this positive-space, an electron is created as a negative-response [for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction]. But within the context of this idea for a theory, I propose that an electron is actually a dynamic-field of negative-space which surrounds the positive space, and which has the properties which we now associate with 'an electron'.

Also, gravity can now be considered as a force

Any room for discussion? Or is it a dodo?

For example, when charge moves through the positive-space (of matter), there is an instant negative-response, so that a charge runs-through space - creating the magnetic-field.

Also; for every atom with a positive-nucleus of this positive-space, an electron is created as a negative-response [for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction]. But within the context of this idea for a theory, I propose that an electron is actually a dynamic-field of negative-space which surrounds the positive space, and which has the properties which we now associate with 'an electron'.

Also, gravity can now be considered as a force

**of**matter (positive-space), because gravity is the unifying force of matter. Hence, there is an opposing force created through space - a disunifying force, through space, which grows ever-weaker with distance. Thus, a gravitational-field can be considered as a disunifying-force of negative-space, which is merely a natural response to the presence of a unifying-force which we know as gravity, which exists within all matter (positive-space).Any room for discussion? Or is it a dodo?

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