Does anyone besides myself ever consider that mass is NOT the cause of the force with the invented name, "gravity?" Matter or mass has now come to point in arguments of particle or wave. I would put the argument between chunk and whorl. In my seeing, it's never been a chunk. It's always been a whorl. The whorls, though immaterial, take on structure via laminar flow. The structures of whirling flows are reciprocally involved with electric charge, which most of the time, prevents them from occupying the same space at the same time, i.e., force at distance. Materialist science, after Isaac Newton, in its particular thinking, has most often only seen the chunks as real. That the chunks could be non-material cannot have a place in the thinking. They can't measure that which is materially nothingness. Yet, at the top end of quantum research, there is seen that in a vacuum at zero degrees Kelvin, there is energy, perhaps a lot of it.
But Newton gave us a formula for computing a mono-polar force in every imagined chunk of matter, and science believes in this to such a degree that it imagines infinite mass exploding into a universe. As Terence McKenna has said of this: "Science says, 'allow us just this one miracle, and we'll fill in the rest'."
They say its caused by a quantum fluctuation. but that just explains what happened AFTER the universe was brought to an unstable zero point zero form. What could have brought it there?