burnt said:
Math and theories are fine but they are nothing without experimental backing.
Yeah, I think this deserves special emphasis. I would remind people that the Ptolemic, earth centric cosmos was mathematically perfect. The math was super complex but it could accurately predict the motions of celestial bodies. So you can make a perfect (internally consistent) meathematical model to explain the movements of the solar system around the earth. Of course we all know that the solar system does not move around the earth so all this ingenious math was so much hot air.
I have a question about spatial quantization and gravity. Mass stretches space-time effectively making space more spacious closer to massy objects. This was predicted by Einstein and has been verified by many experiments.
so, does mass somehow insert more plank lengths or does mass somehow change the plank length?