Consider | What’s Wrong with Gravity: Episode 2 [infographic]

Consider | What’s Wrong with Gravity: Episode 2 [infographic]


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  1. One possible solution is that lightspeed is not an upper limit but rather an impassable boundary; meaning it is just as impossible to approach lightspeed from above as it is from below, so anything moving slower than lightspeed can never accelerate to or above it, and anything moving faster than lightspeed can never decelerate to or below it. The math works the same from above as below. If gravity operates in the realm above lightspeed, then instantaneous or near-instantaneous translation of gravity is to be expected. Given gravity’s apparent primacy over light, evident in gravitational lensing etc., this makes sense.

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