perhaps it is an open secret, but there are clear cues that physicists themselves don’t believe in the theory of relativity in its entirety. if you believe einstein, that gravity doesn’t really exist as a force, but is just an effect we witness due to the curvature of space-time created by the mass of objects in space, then there would be no need to search for gravitons and the related field. nevertheless, the search is going on. there are also other theories of gravity proposed by physicists, which i have written about (see the links to my articles below). all that proves at least one thing for sure: the theories put forward by albert einstein help to explain some phenomena better, but obviously not the best way.
in my view, big part of the hassle around the relativity theory is allegorically comparable to the complex explanation of the universe by the ptolemy’s view point, while the copernican model would do the explaining way easier. the “copernican” model of gravity is not found yet. there is a longstanding problem in physics, the countless attempts to unify general relativity with quantum physics, which would be possible with a theory of quantum gravity.
the solution i am proposing is to regard gravity as an interrelated phenomenon with time and entropy, thus with statistics and probability. it is explainable that way as a relation of effects, but the causes of gravity and time are not explained with probability. the causes i will explain below.
as always, when i am not absolutely sure about my conclusions (in the absence of mathematical proof), i post a “disclaimer” that one should look at my logic with a critical mind, trying to find errors in my reasoning. or to help me with proving my theory with calculations.
read my previous articles related to the subject, to understand my further explanation below..
more writings about gravity.. https://youthextension.wordpress.com/?s=gravity
so, here’s the theory.. or rather a definition which comes from my theory:
gravity and time, which are interrelated, are force like effects which we observe due to the impossibility of anything existing to collapse into absolute nothingness, getting their emergent properties from quantum fluctuations.