Physicists Say There Could Be a Strange Source of 'Negative Gravity' All Around Us I should have seen this coming, because it expresses the same thing I'm working on, which is how thermodynamics are related to gravity, but I try not to get ahead of myself anymore than I already do. Phonons are "quasi" particles that can be described as the result of other particles interacting. My own belief is that heat expresses where gravity and anti-gravity meet and how they interact is related to their symmetries, proportions, geometry, etc. The kind of circuitry required to explore this effect has existed for years and we'll just have to wait and see what happens, but this is something just about any physics lab can explore, and I expect significant results almost immediately over the next year or two. What this implies is that the wave-like aspect of quantum mechanics either manifests as gravity or as anti-gravity, a black hole or a wormhole, depending on the complexity and geometry. That means mass exists because life requires the universe have just the right temperature and hit just the right note. All the chaos of entropy is constrained by the syntropy from expressing extremes, such as mass moving at the speed of light or forming a naked singularity.