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Here’s a video composed (with some help) by my good friend Douglas George, who lives in Eureka. He is an amateur physicist with a theory that all of matter is composed of tiny units of the absence of space. Nothing. Each unit of mass is essentially a black hole. He elaborates on the theory in more detail at his website. The theory may actually be tempting to professional physicists as it eliminates the paradoxes within the event horizon, and potentially explains the Hubble-discovered evidence of the acceleration of the expansion of the universe. To put the Cavitation Theory of matter in logical terms, everything we experience as something is nothing, and what we experience as nothing is actually the fabric, or at least as such when interacting with matter – conglomerations of little pieces of nothing. Yes, there are certainly holes in his theory….