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Alternative gravity theory-how gravity works, what causes gravity

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Published on Dec 24, 2009

If we truly understood gravity, we could control it...like light, electricity, magnetism, nuclear forces, etc.

An extension of gravity theory that explains the electrostatic cause/relationship of gravity at the atomic level, no math necessary, just a simple reasonable argument and easier to understand. Based on superpositioning, coulomb's laws, probability, and other basic known physics.
This is the easily overlooked yet underlying principle mechanism or cause of gravity. "Pseudo/inertial gravity" is another subject(see aether theory and others).
Implications:
Why all Em wave exhibit gravitational effect.
Why there is and is not a specific "gravity" particle to ever be found because it is all particles and waves, and how gravity might pass threw an entire planet like no other particle.
The relationship between the strong atomic forces and gravity(atomic forces are not random in motion at short range).
The relationship between gravity and motion, somewhat(see other vids for pseudo gravity).
The relationship between electrostatics and gravity and why gravity is much weaker.

I've been carrying on about this theory since 2002 btw and I have multiple proofs in case anyone thinks it's just a copy of other people's ideas, although it doesn't really matter who came up with the general idea anyway but who can convince the entrenched establishment(best of luck), and who can put ideas to good use(breaking the law)... Eric Sabo and Maurice Cotterell sound like there on to the same but slightly different notion with more detailed explanation, but sure to take up more than 5 minutes of your time, not sure if Cotterell is just trying to sell books.

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