Authors: S Halayka
The Standard Model of particle physics is built upon the implied assumption that non-gravitational interaction can occur in the absence of gravity. This essay takes this implied assumption at face value and then considers the alternative assumption -- non-gravitational interaction *cannot* occur in the absence of gravity. The alternative assumption is then discussed in terms of the dark sector of the Universe.
Comments: 5 Pages. Submitted to FQXi -- `Questioning the Foundations' essay contest. Extra reference not originally included: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Induced_gravity
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