Modern Physics is coming more and more to resemble astronomy before Galileo. People are adding newer and newer local models to the old picture, like the circles and epicircles in Ptolomey's Astronomy. As a result we achieve the most accuracy in descriptions of local situations and move further and further away from the real beauty of physics, which is unity. Such fundamental questions as the nature of gravitation, mass of a point charge, the cause of symmetry failure are not only unanswered but partially forgotten. I deeply beleive that the Attractive Universe theory combined with ideas of Mach, Feynman-Weeler, and, perhaps, your ideas, will lead to really charmed and united view of physical reality. I hope we will travel this path to the beauty.
Mikhail L. Gershteyn