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  According to the attached article, supersolid dark matter "can mimic space-time curvature". If this means the supersolid dark matter is the space-time fabric, then is gravity the state of displacement of the supersolid dark matter?

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Closed as per community consensus as the post is off-topic for being low-level
asked Jan 13, 2018 in Closed Questions by mpc755 (-110 points) [ no revision ] 1 flag
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An alternative explanation to dark energy and dark matter
a) Mass moves as a slipknot in the global aether –three-dimensional grid of elastic filaments
b) Electromagnetic energy is torsion in the grid
c) When there is enough torsion mass creates within a reticule, and global aether is compressed. The reticules are avoiding the knots to get undone.
d) When stars are losing mass, they are expanding the global aether
e) The expansion does not move a lot the other stars because the interaction has the quadratic relation v^2/c^2 –similar to kinetic energy but the opposite effect– so it looks the expansion is generated everywhere.
Global Physics theory was not designed to explain the expansion of the universe but it does.

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