1 Your theory offers no explanation of anything that Newtonian gravity doesn't explain.2 Your theory talks about things falling without giving a meaningful explanation of how they know which way is "down" for them to fall.3 Your theory contradicts observable experimental facts.

"If gravity can cross 238,000 miles through space (as a force), and “pull our tides”, then what prevents gravity from attracting masses to any “floor” inside rocket ships, even when close to the moon?Why doesn’t this deserve an answer?"I don't recall anyone saying it doesn't. It pulls the floor down and it pulls you down too so you don't fall to the floor because it's falling away.Any talk of a calculated escape velocity tacitly axccepts Newtonian gravity; that's what the escape velocity is calculated from.You are also mistaken in thinking that you need to reach escape velocity to leave the earth and get to the moon. In principle you could do it by slowly climbing a long ladder.Coulomb's law only applies to charged bodies. The earth and moon are not significantly charged.

The earth is indeed made of huge numbers of charged thigs. The + charges and the - charges cancel each other out. There is therefore no overall charge for Coulomb's law to apply to. I have already calculated the Coulomb's law forces between the earth and the moon. As expected for 2 uncharged bodies, the force is zero.It is indeed significant that this force is zero; it means that your theory is dead in the water. (No it does not.)When you first introduced Coulomb's law I pointed out that gravity always adds up but electrical forces tend to cancel out.