Yes, there is. Gravity is a relativistic effect. the second term in d(vr)Originally posted by John
There is no equation that can get you to gravity. Gravity is a mechanical process in the molecule, the same way the wind drives a sailboat. The workings of the sailboat cause the wind to drive it, but you can't explain that mathematically. The inner workings of the molecule cause the effect. The electrons go different speeds on one side of the energy shell and the other, depending on how the energy shell is warped by the neutron. The neutron takes its cues from the shape of space, which is shaped by massive objects. The molecule responds to the shape of space in its inner workings and powers itself toward the massive object because electrons go faster on one side of the molecule than the other, due to how strings work. When we learn to artifically use the neutron to warp the energy shell, we can create movement, and it won't be that hard.