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The Scale-Symmetric PhysicsIn the Einstein General Theory of Relativity we apply formula for the total energy of the Standard-Model particles in which mass is for inertial mass equal to gravitational mass (for the Principle-of-Equivalence objects). Assume that the word ‘imaginary’ concerns physical quantities characteristic for objects that have broken contact with the wave function that describes state of the Universe. This means that such objects cannot emit some particles so they should be the internally structureless objects i.e. they are some pieces of space carrying only the inertial mass. Substitute ic instead c, iv instead v and im instead M, where i = sqrt(-1). Then the formula for the total energy of a gas composed of the pieces of space is:E = mcc / sqrt(vv/cc - 1).We can see that now the pieces of space must be superluminal (v must be higher than the speed of light, c, in “vacuum”) i.e. they are the non-gravitating tachyons. The gas composed of tachyons I refer to as the modified Higgs field. It is the Higgs field which causes that non-gravitating objects, due to the interaction with the Higgs field, acquire their gravitational mass (the Higgs mechanism).The law of conservation of spin and new law of saturation of interactions via the Higgs field, lead to the succeeding phase transitions of the Higgs field. Due to the phase transitions, we obtain different scales of sizes, energy and speeds - it is the foundations of my Scale-Symmetric Physics (S-SP).The phase transitions lead to the quantum-entanglement scale, Planck scale, atom-like structure of baryons and cosmological scale.The initial conditions in S-SP are the 7 parameters only (there is lack of free parameters) and 3 very simple formulae. They lead to the initial conditions applied in General Relativity and Quantum Physics and to the physical constants.Within my Scale-Symmetric Physics I calculated a thousand quantities consistent or very close to experimental data - you can find them on my website or on vixra (there is my book and 85 papers).

Gravitational fields are the gradients produced in the Higgs field by the luminal Einstein-spacetime components the all gravitating masses consist of (there is the short distance entanglement or/and confinement).According to S-SP, there are two spacetimes i.e. the superluminal Higgs field associated with gravity and the luminal Einstein spacetime associated with the Standard-Model interactions i.e. with the ectromagnetic, weak and strong interactions. The properties of these two spacetimes are very different and it is the reason that we cannot unify gravity with quantum physics within the same methods. We can unify them only via the phase transitions described within the Scale-Symmetric Physics.According to S-SP, the Higgs field (so gravity as well) propagates with speed about 8 multiplied by 88 powers of ten times higher than the speed of light in "vacuum". S-SP shows as well that the luminal gravitational waves are not in existence.The gravitational potential energy is emitted via the luminal Einstein-spacetime components which carry infinitesimal gravitational mass so the associated gravitational field as well. But it is not the luminal gravitational wave, it is a virtual flow in the Einstein spacetime.Within the S-SP, I calculated as well the gravitational constant which depends on properties of the both spacetimes.

Well I looked into a similar version of superluminal gravitation and I have to say it didn't work. I didn't get a magnitude as large as yours. I can't see how it would be that large. I also can't see there ever being a test for gravitational waves that will work if it exceeds light speed. I do expect that a detector will be built that will find the gravitational waves and that the speed of the force carrier will not exceed c. I may be wrong but I doubt you are right either. As I said the magnitude difference you have between light and gravitation is too high