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why nobody sees it?
light speed without space is just time
space - is dark matter, wrong name, should be dark void
dark void is space, it's expands and shrinks - trying to get rid of photons and matter
dark void fluctuation is gravity
why no antigravity? because matter tries to turn in photons
in this process matter tries to create abs void with again tries to pull together - thats why no antigravity
dark energy is photon sphere inside abs dark body - never seen, best example - event horizon of black hole
inside of black hole is dark void, this is why black holes are shrinking, and evaporating, nobody seen them, just their event horizons - accretion disk - photon sphere inside abs dark body
Casimir effect can be explained by this, two mirrors (photon sphere) + matter try to pull together on small distanse
LIGO can be explained by this
why gravity is 1/distane^2 and light isnt, just changes it wave length? because wave length is function of density or clearity of dark void — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 15:33, 23 January 2017 (UTC)
I have no idea what I just read... and I'm not 100% why this was posted... but It kind of blew my mind o_o.... Popcrate (talk) 15:03, 19 February 2017 (UTC)