How does gravity work? It keeps my feet on the ground, what do I care. A story about planet Q and W: Imagine planet Q millions of light years away from planet W. Each planet has a core that is positively charged and a moon (negatively charged) that orbits the two planets in a perfectly random way. As planet Q's moon revolves around the core in sends out in all directions a kind of electromagnetic wave going from + to - depending on which way you are recieving it. Meanwhile back at planet W the wave finally reaches it and at this particular time the oriention of planet W's moon to the core relative to the wave polarity tells planet W to repel away. And so it does, but the wave takes a long time to fully pass (about an hour before going +), so in the first half hour planet W moves 2ft in the opposite direction of planet Q, but in the next half hour the distance between planet W and planet Q is now 20 light years + 2 feet and since the distance determines the force planet W will only move 1.9999999999999999999999999 ft in the next half hour, for a total of 4 ft away minus some really minute increment that seems meaningless. Well after the hour is up planet W is now in some arrangement to start moving toward planet Q, and so it begins and in the first half hour moves 2 ft, and the next half hour it is now 20 light years + 2 ft closer to planet Q and the distance is dropping off and so the force is increasing inversely, and it moves 2.0000000000001 ft for a total of 4 ft and some tiny increment that so small it seems to be irrelevant but we now know it's slightly more than when it was decelerating away and so we can be sure that in a few billion billion billion years planet Q and planet W will come together, I came up with a perfectly meaningless experiment to demonstrate the principle of attraction using magnets, the results of the expirment prove nothing, but seem to defy common sense unless the principle of gravity is applied, or maybe just some obvious priciple I don't know of, it can by found in the physics catagory called, "a physics experiment with magnets in motion and a vote pole", give it your guess. The most obvious reason it proves nothing is because magnets are not atoms, but what the have in common is both are charges in motion. Also the web math page that still needs updating is at bottom, and is updated as of 5/26 The way gravity would then fit into the rest of the forces is that the other forces aren't 50/50 but perhaps 90/10 for electromagnetic forces and 99/1 for nuclear forces, the reason gravity would be 50/50 is because the atoms are so far apart they can't influence one another directly but would have to be probabably 10x the radius of the atom away before charge information could pass fast enough to directly influence one another like 51/49 then rapidly falling more into the atomic forces category. Light would not be affected by gravity at 50/50, but it's my guess that something moving at the same speed as charge orientaion information is moving would see virtually nothing, which is why the electron may be able to escape the pull of the proton and become light. If this theory amounts to nothing it ought to at least win crackpot theory of the year. Webpage link: http://users.adelphia.net/~jammieg/html/_sgg/f10000.htm Updated on last post on 7-19-03; this, if a sound hypothesis, is only a principle of attraction, that the main gravitational force comes from this principle applied to the subatomic particles so as to take into account other elements structures that are not diametrically or trimetrically charged as hydrogen or helium. Why don't we call it electrogravimagnetic radiation(you have to say it fast though), I'll bet eventually that's what it will turn out to be when someone proves it.