[SOLVED] Why is push gravity concept considered not viable by mainstream science? Hello guys, I would like to know the main reasons why the push gravity concept is not considered as a viable concept by mainstream science. I know it gave rise to numerous published works, amongst which we have those of Lorentz, H.Poincare, F.Brush, Secchi, Leray, V.Thomson, Schramm, Tait, Isenkrahe, Preston, Jarolimek, Waachy, Rynsanek, Darwin, Majorana... so it cannot be all wrong. Please note, I am NOT asking about Le Sage ultramundane particles theory (which also falls under the push gravity category), which I can easiely discredit myself. I'm mostly interested in the concept of electromagnetic radiation pressure of high frequency radiation acting as the gravitational mechanism, and its shadowing creating the inverse square law, low pressure areas. Thanks, S.Borg.