Eric Cavalcanti wrote:

But the main flaw, if I recall it, is that objects moving around in space
would feel a larger flux of 'iGravitons' coming against the direction
of movement, causing a decrease in velocity. So much for inertia...

Ok but let's say (for fun) that the iGravitons were all moving at C in all directions with "uniform density".
So since C is perceived the same by an object no matter what the objects' velocity, there would
be no additional iGraviton drag against the direction of the object's motion. Because the iGravitons
coming up from behind would still be approaching at C.
This property is exactly the property I was trying to convey about the iGravitons. That they don't
cause drag no matter the velocity of the mass.

Maybe that's just impossible, but there's something very weird about C remember.

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