I don't know what the big deal is, gravity is simple. It's simply an
effect of neutrinos curving en-route in their journey away from the
black hole where they were made from peices of larger particles.
Since they are the particles responsible for fueling the kinetic
movements of atoms, a curved flow will result in the atom off-
centering itself inside a set of bosons and thus propelling itself
into the curve. If I could just show you on a chalkboard or
greaseboard I would convince you I have this down pat, and is the
only way it can work in the T.O.E. if you want to explain physics
with just particles alone instead of strings of magical photons that
suck things together.
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> The latest from Gravity B has helped to endorse the view of
> spacetime as the explanation of gravity; hence clues on how to
> Here is a link to a news story on this;
> However , (But) Stanford and NASA did have some difficulties
> perhaps reduce the reliability of the experimental results, and
> a shame as these results should have nailed this question for all
> but instead may require much more money to settle this question...
> More on that is in some of the issues of Nature from December in