Could Einstein's relativity equations work for a different model of gravity without space and time having to be warped? I mean, Newton's equations worked pretty well, but he didn't think the fabric of space and time became warped; this idea sounds like science fiction.<br /><br />Does time really slow down at the speed of light? Has this really been proven?<br /><br />Why does Time and Space have to begin at the big bang? Why can't they be infinite and independent? It seems logical to me that a supermassive black hole became so condensed that it exploded to form our part of the universe, and that this occurs in many cycles.<br /><br />It seems most forces of nature have been unified--except gravity--perhaps because the warped space-time model is wrong? If gravity represents something so bizarre as warped space-time then it doesn't sound like something that can be unified with anything else. Newton's model of mass attracting mass would have more chance of being unified.<br /><br />The fact that quantum mechanics is random, ie. radioactive decay, could have something to do with a logical pattern occuring within the underlying quarks that is producing what is seen to be random events on the atomic level. Ask yourself how does a random number generator work on a logical computer?<br /><br />I'm not claiming to be the next Einstein, but I think science is starting to become silly. Anyone whose done any research knows that Global Warming isn't caused by CO2.