Yeah, but see what you're telling me is, If it's anything einstein then it's not right, I counter that by saying, If someone doesn't account to general relativity in their understanding of the universe, then they aren't doing physics. Math is a language brother, You can say anything with math, Even things that are untrue because it's a language, It's not a set parameter of Truth and empirical authority This is a gravitational force equation Fg is the force, G is the gravitational constant, So we see Force is equal to the gravitational constant M1 and m2 are the mass of the objects involved, R is the distance between the centers of the objects. This is a fairly straight forward gravitational equation, However, It could also describe what a pimp does to hookers who don't pay their money with this equation with very minor changes, This is why applied mathematics are important. You can literally say anything with math. Even untrue things. So just because the math checks out, doesn't always mean the thing is possible. Physicists use the math to demonstrate how a thing functions. That doesn't mean that they couldn't be mistaken even if the math is perfect. some things may not be physically possible or the assumption about how something is functioning could be misinformed. This one is an equation for time travel, more on that in this link Time Travel It's perfect on paper, Good luck getting it to work though.