What I'd like to know is has anyone figured out a system of units for gravitational attraction? I can't find anything on google. For instance, given a hydrogen atom or even just a proton, is there a quantification of how much gravitational attraction it exerts on everything else around it (I suppose at a given distance) I'm not talking about weight here, since that changes based on the setting of the mass in question Second questions, is there a layman's explanation of the relationship between mass (which I understand is thought to be created by higgs bosons) and the actual gravitational force being provided by mass? Does one (the higgs) cause gravity, or are both mass and gravity produced by something else and are simply correlated? Thanx!