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.If it's not quarks, then what is it that producesgravity?
How would curved space/time produce gravity as opposed to mass?
Is a quark not mass?
Is that what your talking about
"As its name suggests, the strong force is the strongest—it's 100 times stronger than the electromagnetic force (which binds electrons into atoms), 10,000 times stronger than the weak force (which governs radioactive decay), and a hundred million million million million million million (1039) times stronger than gravity ...Mar 10, 2017" …..If it's not quarks, then what is it that produces gravity? How would curved space/time produce gravity as opposed to mass?
point of energy
Did WMAP and the Planck missions indicate that after the big bang that only high energy particles existed and then formed hydrogen atoms later?
If so, then these high energy particles must have curved space somehow to form the H atoms?
Perhaps the preons caused gravity somehow?
If so, then this is related to quarks which are high moving particles of energy?
What formed the proton to make the Hydrogen atom's nucleus?