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Having looked at this question online, multiple sources overwhelmingly support the statement that 'Gravity results from the curvature of space-time due to mass-energy'. However, discussions on the H-Bar (See here in the chat logs) have led to me doubting this.
So, is the above statement correct, or not? If not, then can it be corrected, or should it be completely disregarded? I cannot see how the curvature of space-time and gravity cannot be related, as gravity and curvature are both linked to the mass of an object. For example, a black hole results in massive curvature of space-time, and the gravitational forces are also massive.