" The Kilogram is a mass of a ball spinning in one meter radius circle with frequency 1/2π Hz subject to one newton centripetal force"
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I already filed a patent application.
Don't worry too much about loss of intelectual property as yet.
R³M/S=GS is speed of what?
This is stating that radius cubed times mass divided speed equals gravity. I am trying to calculate the amount of inward force applied on an object. So far we have calculated the force of attraction of one body onto another body. But this wants to find out how to find the gravitational force applied onto the body. I would appreciate some positive feedback and suggestions. 
no violation for law of conservation of energy. the energy ON THE UNIVERSE will never disappear, however this energy first came from nothing, if we thought about something that it exists the intuitive thing is to think about it coming from nothing , also the universe has a particular age before this particular age nothing existed.Quote from: YahyaThe positive mass is how much matter there is and the negative mass is how much energy disappeared from vacuum to form mass , ..I see no reason to assume that this is true. When we have a simple gravitating body with a given (positive) mass it doesn't mean that's how much energy appeared from the vacuum to form mass. Merely "appearing" out of nowhere is a violation of the principle of the conservation of energy. When mass forms a body it comes from somewhere. It doesn't simply appear but is moved into position in one way or another.