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Below is my second group of ideas which I have finally got round to writing out and I was hoping you could help me in considering further ideas. I would appreciate any pointers that you could pass on to a non-trained mind like mine.
Matter and anti-matter can be considered as both mass and energy which is bonded together down to a sub-atomic level.
Thus, matter does not have a universal definition, nor is it a fundamental concept in physics today. Matter is also used loosely as a general term for the substance that makes up all observable physical objects.
Einstein had considered that the force of gravity was comparable to acceleration.
However if we consider acceleration which comes in units of distance against time squared ..
…and that gravity can warp spacetime then should we not then consider that gravitational force is connected to a change in the rate of time with distance becoming relative to the strength of the gravitational force when those measurements are being taken?