That is the most stupid thing I have ever heard. Einstein was German and I would have thought in German. 'Ze' is cartoonish representation of the way Einstein spoke based on depictions of mad scientists that parodied Einstein. You really think that by writing 'ze' instead of 'the' we believe that you are thinking like Einstein? You are not. You are just demonstrating you are are an ignorant clown.Trying to think like Einstein would think, ze word just sets my thinking ''tone''.Why are you using 'ze' instead of 'the'?
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In this diagram, which represent a positive and negative field, we can easily see the motion involved and why two opposite fields merge to create the N-field.
N-field = q1+q2
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If it were not for the mechanics of N, we would not have G. I admire the mechanics quite cool.
P.s I am now convinced, having much clearer thoughts on the matter.
added- Imagine having either a handful of electrons or a handful of protons, imagine trying to squeeze these together. On their own they are effectively an anti-matter pairing. They would be mass-less relative to each other. They would have no gravity and not ''stick'' together.
Only when we combine the two opposites do we get a stable N-field and G.
added- Ze mass-less individual particles become merged to form a mass particle N. Ze individual particles have no mass in respect for ze ''call-signs'' relative to their equal polarity. Equal polarities having ze repulsive properties , in due respect to this ,we must view likewise polarities as being relative mass-less towards each other. We can consider that only when discussing ze opposite ''call signs'', does mass play a role in respect to their opposite attract status.
Ze gravity between two bodies being that ze gravity is a property of ze N-field.
added- We could not find the answer to gravity because we were looking at gravity from the wrong angle. We were looking at it in a sense of a gravitational field or gravitron's . This was/is the wrong angle. I am looking at gravity in a sense that it is an action created by existing fields.
I conclude that when two opposite polarity quantum fields merge, this then gives the merged fields gravity on other merged fields. I explain that all atoms have this N-field which is this merged positive and negative individual fields.