Ignoring the hbar for now what of our energy equation e

_{p} =

. What use is it? We if we consider the g factor to be the gravitational acceleration at the surface indicated by the radius r the we can have an external g

_{e} value. This value will be the g force from an external mass acting upon the local mass in e

_{p} =

. We can determine the change in e

_{p} by using

. If g>g

_{e} then our potential energy is positive. if g<g

_{e} then our potential energy is negative. What happens when g=g

_{e}. This is the situation where the fields are said to cancel. This is equivalent to reducing the potential energy by cancelling g in the equation. So that zero gravity situations will decrease potential energy. Where does it go? Usually we would think of this as becoming kinetic energy. This is one puzzle whose solution will ease our way into a theory of quantum gravity.