Most of us know about the three dimensions - x,y,z (space), and by adding time we get a 4-dimensional space-time continum.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Some of our "genius" friends at NYU (and other places) believe that gravity is the result of the planets (and other objects) traveling around the dimple it creates in space-time fabric.

Anyone have any idea on the PROOF of this concept?

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# Three dimensions - x,y,z

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