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#### Jerromy

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It seems that there is no known cause of gravity that has been proven to my knowledge. No "gravitons" have ever been found, no connection to any other forces like electricity and magnetism, no known "opposite" force or balancing system to speak of. The only thing we really know is everything is attracted to anything else.

In my less than calculus but better than average mathematical mind I had a light bulb blink on relating to the expansion of space being a possible counter force to the attraction of matter within that space. Not having the formal education nor the experience in calculus required to simplify an equation that could possibly prove the relationship is frustrating.

Basically what I am implying is that the force of gravity attracting matter is what would be driving the expansion of the space around it. I am not saying that "the deeper the well of gravity the faster space expands", I am saying "the larger masses attracting expands space around then"

Picture if you will, our galaxy and our approaching neighbor. Over the course of the next how ever many millions of years we will be attracting each other exponetially faster as the gravity gets stronger between us. As matter is accelerated it's mass increases and as that mass increases the attraction would rise faster than proximity alone. As the energy density within our combined "space" increases would it not make sense that "space" would be displaced?? As I stated earlier I'm not in the habit of calculating cosmological equations and my busy life leaves little room to ponder let alone prove theories but perhaps someone might make sense of this thought of mine and see if there is any plausible relationship. I haven't given it a whole lot of thought yet but I'm hoping others may brainstorm this with me.