The cause of gravity has a simple explanation. Entropy of mass. Mass causes the dilation of space (curved space). This is observed in galaxies as lensing. So dilation of space by mass is an observed phenomenon. In the center of mass is the most dilated space as observed by clock tick rates being the slowest tick rate position on a planet. Red shifted light in GR is considered to be less energy. Red shift is the greatest in the gravitational center of a planet. So we can conclude more dilated space suggests a less energy position in space as an observation. If we consider dilation of space also dilates mass that occupies that space we can understand why light and mechanical clocks both slow equally with greater distances of light and the electron to travel to create physics the same in every frame.

In that light we can consider energy being dilated (red shifted light being produced in more dilated space). Now for the potential energy as an attractive force of entropy. We can now follow gravity as simply mass being attracted to a more dilated position in space of less energy. in Relativity light bends away from and curves around dilated space while mass is attracted to a more dilated space position. Einstein appears to be correct in dilation (curvature) of space is the cause of gravity.

To give up on the cause of physics is very unscientific. It may always remain a subjective interpretation of cause but explanations need to be consistent with observations.

Hello,

We still use Einstein's general and special relativity formulas today to great effect. He was a great man years ahead of his time. The problem is that it doesn't explain how a black hole works and what happens to matter once it goes into the back hole. In our perception, even if all the spaces between the electrons and atoms are closed up and the atoms neucleus crushed also, can this go on forever? Or does the matter appear in another part of the universe. Nobody knows the answer to this question.

The second problem, as I'm sure you all know, is that even the most brilliant mathematical minds cannot inert the general relativity formulae into the quantum mechanics formulae without the solution going to infinity.

Now I am absolutely sure the if the great man was still alive he would have modified his formulae in some way to allow the two types of formulae to be compatable. It may be the quantum mechanics formulae that need to be modified or the general relativity formulae. This is another unanswered question.

I have a formula that I found out in my reasoning of the causes of gravity which involves a new constant. I called it the Universal g converter constant. It is simply

g(surface) =ugcc x density x radius

I calculated it using a backflushing method with the Nasa data sheets for all planets, our moon and the sun in our solar system. So it isn't complicated and as such the errors are small. The radius used was the volumetric radius. Even though the total error to Nasa's posted g numbers for the planets, the moon and sun was in the order 8,2 x 10 E-7 and the average error accurate to 7,47 x 10 E-8, (after the backflushing method stablised), there are still some errors in the calculated g value in relation to the posted ones. This I concluded was due to errors in the densities or radii quoted. Even so the accuracy of the average value was correct to 9 decimal places.

ugcc=0.00000000027789594900

Error :

8.22226E-07 Total error

7.47478E-08 average error

Best difference -0.014 worst +1.2 g

G on the other hand is only quoted to 2 decimal places at 6.67

When you do the same experiment using g=MG/r squared, you get similar errors to the Nasa posted g. I concluded there must be errors in the Mass quotations and radii also.

ugcc is related to G by pi ! We know pi to an enormous amount of digits and this can be put to use.

ugcc x 3 - G G= 0.0000000000663427709228449 Using this

formula and pi=

---- 3.14159265358979 correct to 14 dp

4 pi

Next I looked at the g value of a person, if we were crushed into a globe shape.

To do this we use the density, mass and work out the vulume and then the average radius.

Person Exhaled Inhaled

Density 1020 945 (interesting)

Average radius of a person 3.121885422 m

cube rooted = 1.461522997 m

Volume of a typical person 13.07692308 m3

Mass of a typical person 78 Kg

the g for a person : ugcc x density x radius = 4.14274E-07 meters / second squared

As you can see this is not very much and it would take 1.22 hours for a particle close by to reach a velocity of 0.02 m/s. So even if we stay perfectly still we can only attract particles very close to us. As we are not a globe shape our maximal attraction will be from above our heads.

This g for a person is added to the g of the earth attracting the person and it changes the value very slightly. If you jump into the air though, the air has an net attraction to the earth also and the ratio between the forces created is 4 times more for you, than the air. As such the air cannot create an equal and opposite reaction pushing on the ground to yourself with enough force to stop you slicing your way back through it to the ground.

I have reasoned that the next path to explore is the g for each atom which I will be moving onto shortly. I am attempting to link the atomic number to g.

I'll keep you posted.

Regards

Mike