Adirian: It looks like you're blogging here rather than having a discussion. Lorentz contraction is the apparent shortening of moving objects. How could that cause motion? Maybe you're not saying that Lorentz contraction causes motion at all, but rather you're saying that motion is caused by changing spacetime curvature, or something like that. The problem with that view is that objects appear to move along in flat spacetimes just fine. There's no evidence that atoms are black holes, as far as I am aware. Show me your math.