My Gravity Theory

Between every particle of matter of one body and every particle of matter of another body is a gravity bond. The total strength of all the gravity bonds between two bodies is the weight of either body.

When energy goes up, bonds get weaker. When energy goes down, bonds get stronger.

When kinetic energy goes up, gravity bonds get weaker.

The rest weight of a body is how much the body weighs when it isn’t moving. The formula for rest weight is:


RW = GMm / r


The formula for weight is:


W = GMm / r − ½ mv ²


If a body is raised to a height, the gravity bonds between the body and the Earth get weaker. Weaker bonds mean more energy. The energy that goes up when a body is raised to a height is gravitational potential energy.