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I have a problem with your view of particle mass and gravitation. To say that particles were heavier in the past requires corroboration via observation and experiment. Plus you need to consider what a proton is composed of. The quark masses are very small and most of the mass is made up from internal kinetic and binding energy. A loss of quark mass, since the contributions are small may not look as though it would matter. It may well have a significant impact of the behavior of nucleons. Which would be bad.