I say gravity doesn’t exist. I’m saying we are not attracted to earth by its mass, but instead by it’s polarity. We function by a balance between the polarity of substance. Energy is exchanged as a result of movement towards or away from it. Think about it, everything has a polarity. Time and space don’t ‘cos they exist in a non existent dimension called perception. Think of energy and mass on the other hand. Energy is either stored or transferred. Even mass, in all its solidarity and glory ultimately becomes energy by whichever time scale it decides to function along with. For example my body will one day degrade releasing energy, which may get taken up by some other source. The only difference is the time scale it works on in the transfer of this energy. Forget that for a moment, lets focus on the fact that nothing ever really comes into contact. Even at the closest point between two objects there will always be a fraction of a fraction that doesn’t fully allow mass to come into contact with each other. So in conclusion everything floats. Which in turn means balance is maintained by the polarity between objects. My point is, everything is energy, and interaction between particles follow a basic principle of polarity. So you see eventually we all float. The universe, call it the multiverse, name it what ever you please, all this floats. We are trapped within the limits of our perception, but energy exists even in places not perceived by us. After-all we have just five senses to try to understand the unknown. But I believe this energy drives polarity and creates interaction. We in turn hold on to interaction, and persist in existence. Even when we apparently die, we are held onto the interactions we’ve made. So it should continue. Along a scale called time, you say? Seems a little silly to call the scale of persistence time, don’t you think. I think it needs a new word.