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    Dear All,

    Is there anyone who can help me with the following:

    Did anyone ever consider matter as being another form of space-time ?
    I mean is it conceivable that matter as we know it would just be one variation of space-time.
    Let’s say that somehow space-time would be able to twist on itself and produce matter…
    Matter wouldn’t curve space-time anymore but rather be a curvature of space-time.
    If space–time is a fabric, isn t it logic to think it can be transformed.
    At least this idea would resolve the problem of what is gravity.

    Thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raoul.lupin View Post
    Dear All,

    Is there anyone who can help me with the following:

    Did anyone ever consider matter as being another form of space-time ?
    I mean is it conceivable that matter as we know it would just be one variation of space-time.
    Let’s say that somehow space-time would be able to twist on itself and produce matter…
    Matter wouldn’t curve space-time anymore but rather be a curvature of space-time.
    If space–time is a fabric, isn t it logic to think it can be transformed.
    At least this idea would resolve the problem of what is gravity.

    Thanks for the help.
    May be. I think it depends from definition. Especially, from definition of matter. Can you give your definition of matter and space-time?

    Clear skies,
    Valentin

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