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My understanding is every discussion and / or observation about gravity is merely conjecture about how the observed objects came to be the way they are. I don’t know of any case were scientists have ever actually SEEN two objects merge together under the influence of gravity.
I don’t know enough about this to comment from a place of authority, but you’re probably right about scientists’ conjecture on gravity. My understanding is that gravity’s affects (i.e. attraction) can be measured between particles of matter and energy. That said, I guess they haven’t actually seen two objects merge together. Unless you think asteroids smashing into planets counts. 😉
There’s much that scientists don’t know about this mysterious force. All they can do is measure its affects apparently. Add in the Theory of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics and, well… that’s where I get lost in the maze. It’s funny, we’re taught in grade school that gravity (and/or the theory of gravitation) is a given. “It exists, let’s move on”, so to speak. And most people just stop there. But like most things we learn in school, there’s much more to the story. Which is one of the many reasons why I like to entertain things like the Hollow Earth.
There’s so much we really don’t know. I’ll check out the tern ‘Aeturnum’. Haven’t heard that one before.
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