Lets say we have some particle A 1m above the ground.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Let it has velocity v.

Also lets consider gravitons like the reason/mechanism of the gravitation.

Let gravitons moves away from the Earth with velocity c.

Now lets consider the differences between two cases:

1 when particle A moves down and

2 when particle A moves up.

Case 1:

Particle A moves down and meets 1+v/c times more gravitons per second.

Also each graviton is stronger 1+v/c times (because of blue shift)

So the total gravitational force F = F0 * (1+v/c)^2

Case 2:

Particle A moves up and meets 1-v/c times less gravitons per second.

Also each graviton is weaker 1-v/c times (because of red shift)

So the total gravitational force F = F0 * (1-v/c)^2

What do you think?

(Please do not fetter your imagination just with one/single theory of gravity )

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# Is here some Doppler effect for the gravity?

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