Theoretical Physics | Quantum Biology | Dark Matter Research Cluster

### Gravity by Michael Balmer

Revision created by Oliver Thewalt

To really understand gravity,we must first put aside the mystical and mystique that has been attributed to the concept and look at it in two ways that for each of it’s times made sense..one is concerted by the inverse square which can be analogized with magnetism and the other as a construct of design and mathematical offerings of philosophical pondering,so whether one chooses the inverse or the field equation doesn’t matter much,neither offers a clear insight into their meaning and instead of building on one let’s formulate a true gravity by what we know is constant,that objects of mass attract one another...or do they?as i referrence invere to magnetism even in that respect of Newton and having Einstein merely improve upon it as the mass of the object warping space says the larger to the smaller object by virture of the deeper well creation the smaller falls towards the larger ruling out the inverse as well as the magnetic attraction which on the cosmic scale would be difficult to maintain due to the motion(s) of the objects,yet exactly what is it that is being warped?given that only a certain mass can warp the surrounding space rules out a quantum effect,it appears the only real choice is based on mystical which rules out science,Or maybe return to the centripetal and work with rotation and orbits of masses which works not only in experiments but in almost all daily life experiences or just give up on it altogether that it has any meaning,Having the greater the spin the stronger the centripetal force(gravity)so this way we calculate the escape velocity we use the inverse square law with velocity,which also explains why the moon’s gravity is less that of earth since we all know the velocity of the moon’s rotation compared to the earth,would also explain why objects are confined to the planet but then again it has no meaning for me,but since i am the one wrting this i can put my two cents in,and there you have it from me.... gravity is the centripetal force of nature.