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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Please don't be too cruel. I obviously have to be doing something wrong but it seems to me that the gravitational constant may be a variable based on coulombs constant and an objects charge per mass. The formula I have found would be

G = Ke x ((Q1 / M1) x (Q2 / M2))

This would give a much higher value of G for a proton and electron.

This new value for G would bring the calculated forces of gravity in line with the calculated values of coulombs law at an atomic level.

What are your thoughts on this?

G = Ke x ((Q1 / M1) x (Q2 / M2))

This would give a much higher value of G for a proton and electron.

This new value for G would bring the calculated forces of gravity in line with the calculated values of coulombs law at an atomic level.

What are your thoughts on this?