### LeSage's Push Gravity

Many of us are familiar with the current theory of general relativity which is an attempt to mathematically describe the universal force of gravitation. As physicists, cosmologists and mathematicians attempt to use this mathematical description of the universe, however, they have necessarily run into snags along the way. Attempts are made to patch these seeming flaws so that observed reality will conform to a mathematical model. These attempts to "fix" reality are seen in the purported existence of phenomena such as black holes, dark matter and dark energy, which have not been so much observed as postulated. Much can be said concerning such "fixes."

Recently, it was noted by NASA scientists that observed reality does not indeed conform to the reigning mathematical models as the Pioneer probes 10 and 11 racing out of the solar system at opposite ends have been found to be slowing at a much more rapid rate than could be accounted for by current scientific models. This is only the beginning of a long list of problems with the general relativistic model of the universe together with reigning models of universal attraction and repulsion.

It may or may not come as a surprise that other more competent theories have been in existence for several hundred years that go further than to merely mathematically describe the forces of universal attraction. In fact, Le Sage's push theory for gravity opens our minds to the actual mechanisms and source for the gravitational tug felt by material bodies. As Le Sage describes, gravity finds its source in the seething cauldron of energy occupying all space which exerts a force on all matter. When two objects find themselves in each other's shadow a net attraction is felt and thus gravity is born!

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Recently, it was noted by NASA scientists that observed reality does not indeed conform to the reigning mathematical models as the Pioneer probes 10 and 11 racing out of the solar system at opposite ends have been found to be slowing at a much more rapid rate than could be accounted for by current scientific models. This is only the beginning of a long list of problems with the general relativistic model of the universe together with reigning models of universal attraction and repulsion.

It may or may not come as a surprise that other more competent theories have been in existence for several hundred years that go further than to merely mathematically describe the forces of universal attraction. In fact, Le Sage's push theory for gravity opens our minds to the actual mechanisms and source for the gravitational tug felt by material bodies. As Le Sage describes, gravity finds its source in the seething cauldron of energy occupying all space which exerts a force on all matter. When two objects find themselves in each other's shadow a net attraction is felt and thus gravity is born!

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