So far, the physicists have been unable to find the “graviton,” the supposed quantum particle for the field of gravity. This could be because there is a good possibility that the graviton is about the size of the universe.

I make this speculation because gravity lies at the very bottom of the ** Spectrum of substance**. Its wavelength is practically infinite. So, the particles of all other consistencies may be assumed to exist within the “particle of gravity,” just like the galaxies, stars and planets exist within the physical space.

We may compare the “particle of gravity” to the physical space of this universe. We may postulate that the “physical space” is continuous and it is described by gravity.

Within the physical space lie the particles of the spectrum of substance. The particles of lower consistency have much larger size that the particle of higher consistencies. We may postulate that the particles of higher consistencies exist within the particles of lower consistencies. Thus, each particle has its own space that shrinks as one goes up the spectrum of substance.

Thus, there is “light space,” “electron space” and “neutron and proton space.” All of these spaces exist within the continuous “gravity space.” The distances in space that we measure are consistent only with the “neutron and proton space.” The distances in “gravity space,” which contains all other spaces, are not always consistent.

So, we can now see that infinity of discrete points do not make the continuous space in mathematical Physics.

All these points of mathematical physics have the property of “centeredness.” The higher is the number of cycles, the more a physical point is “centered.” The ultimate “centeredness” of a physical point would be infinity.

The inverse of “centeredness” would provide us with the “absolute speed” of the physical point. The absolute speed of a point with infinite “centeredness” shall be zero.

In Physics, as one goes up the spectrum of substance, the consistency and inertia increase; and the size and speed decrease. Therefore, the consistency, inertia, size and speed are all related. They all have values on an absolute scale. The reference point of this scale is Gravity.

The gravitational force may be viewed as the common denominator of the electromagnetic, weak and strong forces. It is the same force increasing as one moves up the spectrum of substance, and takes up different characteristics.

The basic gravitational force may be represented by the Planck’s constant for the frequency of 1. It is interesting to note that the dimensions of the Planck’s constant are the same as the dimensions for angular momentum.

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