I've never went to college and well I've never studied physics at all. But, upon watching Stephen Hawking: Master of The Universe it made me think a whole heck of a lot. In this they talked about gravity being weak and losing its strength the further it got away from where it originates. A lady had a magnet and a paper clip and showed how easy it was to pull it apart even though the gravity holding her down to the earth was stronger. Which I think points out that gravity is static and is controlled by another force (for lack of a better word). None the less I wanted to develop a theory that finds out what I think is the static force that controls this and how this static force can effect gravity and the particles that gravity interacts with. I hope I don't make a fool of myself. Thanks for any information you might be able me with.