I prefer to think gravity as "side effect" than "force"

I can explain it simply: SPACE is kind of energy; nucleus consumes some SPACE; the SPACE out of nucleus move to nucleus to fill the VOID, the moving mode is similar with air filling vacuum. The movement of the SPACE is gravity.

I did get a equation at another post:

http://www.sciencefo...rgy-hypothesis/

It is very similar with Newton's, and the math is really simple, like middle school level.

I would think if space was energy and movement gravity, your equations would involve Planck's constant somehow. But that's more of a bending space energy constant. Which is why I stuck with a curvature force theory.

OK well we have much observation evidence of space curvatures as forces :

gravitational lens: https://en.wikipedia...vitational_lens

gravitational time dilation: https://en.wikipedia...l_time_dilation

I think it will be difficult to promote your idea without equations that match experiment measurements. You will need to demonstrate mathematically that measurements could be explained with your idea instead.

So how does your idea explain gravitational lens and time dilation? Space movements work at that?

**Edited by devin553344, 30 May 2020 - 01:59 AM.**