To convert light to energy, Einstein’s formula E=mc2 is transposed to c = √(E⁄m).

According to the formula c = √(E⁄m), in the beginning there was no mass, so m = 0. The leaves E in the square root sign. E is compacted and converted to photons, electrons, up quarks, down quarks, neutrinos and many other particles; each particle pushed space energy apart and formed a graviton. A graviton is to gravity what a photon is to light. The gravitons produced by up quarks and down quarks pulled them together to form protons and neutrons. The gravitons produced by protons, neutrons and electrons, pulled them together to form a large variety of atoms. The gravitons produced by atoms pulled different atoms together to create molecules and make different kinds of gases, liquids, and solids.

Einstein view about gravity is that it is a distortion in the shape of space-time. To put this in practical terms, the distortion is the compacting of space energy by c =√(E⁄m), when m equals zero. “Space-time” means that it takes a certain amount of time for something to happen in space, and it happens in three dimensions.