Nature can't pull
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1. If that is the case, can you describe the mechanism by which this occurs?
2. Where are the gripping hooks located which hold down the sky, trees, rocks, animals and humans?
3. Where are the wires, ropes or chains which secure these hooks?
Note - If there is no mechanism to describe your theory, then, I am afraid your theory is incorrect because my theory has a mechanism. Good luck!
This fits in with my theory - that aether particles are pushed together to create energy and matter at the same time. That's where the sun gets it energy from. The universe is made of only one sub-atomic particle which has 3 states - left spin (negative), right spin (positive) and no spin (black-hole attractor).
Now back to your original statement which is gravity doesn't pull is not the real argument, the byproduct of mass and its effect on spacetime is that a vacuum like effect it has between bodies of mass. Nature or the universe or whatever term you may like to use likes to be balanced so for mass which in the perspective of spacetime is unnatural, so when it occurs that a mass appears on an area of spacetime the body of mass distorts it and the effect is relative to its mass proportionally. Spacetime therefore, likes to return to its original state kind of like a rubber band.
The mechanism you seek is actually regarded to be a theory no matter how it's perceived its laws and effects are yet to be truly examined by humans. But to my understanding gravity or aether to me works more favorable as a fluid, an analogy would be say: imagine a surface of water (spacetime/aether) and on the surface are buoyant objects (we are imagining this on a 2d plane since its too complex and unnecessary to imagine on more planes) now if we were to drop a object of any mass into this water then all the buoyant objects would get drawn/carried (whether its getting pulled or pushed cannot be explained) towards the centre of which the object had been dropped since the surface has been distorted. Now imagine this but in real situations it is almost inconceivable but we must make the most of what we can understand, all in all its a matter of which mechanism seems more logical and which follows the known laws our predecessors have set before us. I agree on some of your points but the mechanism I believe in is gravity and the aether acts as a wave and is ever-present coexisting with spacetime.
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