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Is it realy that complicated? Could gravity be something realy simple insted?.

Anything that has mass,has gravity. Any mass is made up of atom's. Atom's love sticking together,and are attracted to eachother.

So why couldnt gravity be just the attraction of bodies of atoms?.

Gravity is purely a magnetic effect. I have a chapter in the book where I prove it. I also unify Coulomb's law and Newton's gravitational force law into one unifying general equation.

Gravity can be explained extremely simply.

a. When a particle is accelerated it gains mass (no need to bring in relativity here. This is an experimentally demonstrable fact)

b. When a bar magnet is subjected to a magnetic field it will assume a certain energy magnetic energy. This magnetic energy is given by the equation

E=-mu*B*cos theta (Turro) where mu is the magnetic moment.

With these two facts in mind lets see what happens when we accelerate an electron.

The GFT posits that the electron is composed of 3 quarks, i, j, and k.

These are classic Hamilton quaternions.

The rules of quaternions says that ij=k

The GFT calls ij an up quark and k a down quark. (not to be confused with the up and down quarks of the standard model)

The up quark ij is a magnetic dipole, mu.

(No need to know anything about quaternions. Only that the electron is composed of two quarks, the GFT up and down quark )

When the electron is accelerated it gains energy. Magnetic energy.

This gain in magnetic energy is given by E=mu*B*cos theta

As E increases B increases.

This increase in B is mediated through the down quark (k) acting on the up quark (ij)

The dipole under the influence of a magnetic field will precess

This is manifested by the magnetic dipole tilting,i.e., being pulled down and away from the normal

This downward force is gravity. This downward force is precession. Gravity is quark precession.

Again, as acceleration increases, the magnetic energy increases, which is directly proportional to the B field increasing (just look at the equation)

The gravitational potential per charge or voltage is given by V=E/q=-(mu*B* cos theta)/q

The gravitational force per charge would therefore be F/q=-(mu*B*cos theta)/qr

I later go on to prove mathematically how starting with Ohm's law we can derive Coulomb's law and from there derive Newton's gravitational force law. All algebraically, using simple high school algebra.