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Space-time doesn't exist, this is a game of words.

There are pictures of space bending (gravitational waves).

Good, but this is not the case of ordinary gravity, which is an attraction force exerced from one object to another. If space get's disturbed around it's because the object is moving and space getting out of its route.

Would two objects out of space exerce gravity? Good question. Maybe the force is related to attraction of particles for some reason, I don't see space as something fundamental for the force to exist.

Do you have any evidence that space is necessary for gravity to exist? Would it exist in case we put 3 stars in real vacuum?



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