For example: If we took a look at a giant dust cloud in space, every part of such dust cloud would be in motion. However, because the more we would move into the inside areas of the cloud, the more the outside areas would get to have more matter, relative to the inside areas, the relative time space within the cloud would be shorter at the outside relative to the inside, which would make a relative time space distortion within the meaning of the cloud, thereby making matter possess an acceleration factor which would travel outwards, creating a gravitational pull which would travel inwards.
Lets view this factor of RTS distortion from different samples to understand better the workings of gravity.
Lets imagine a fairly round dust cloud in space. As soon as the RTS in space meets with the dust cloud, the RTS is shortened and speed, comes into being.
And since the whole space where the cloud is, RTS has been shortened by matter, the whole cloud is one mass containing a certain amount of speed; and since the whole cloud contains its own speed factor, its RTS must be balanced from its inside to its outsides in order for gravity not to become active.
In other ways, its speed must be a stabled, balanced speed from the outside in and from the inside out.
However, because the more we travel towards the center of the cloud, the more the space gets smaller, relative to the outer layers of the cloud, RTS must also shrink, and therefore, matter must also shrink relative to the size of such RTS, in order for RTS to be without a speed distortion.
But because within matter that is not possible, for matter is the same size from the inside areas of the cloud towards the outside, there are more gaps of RTS at the inside areas of the cloud, relative to the large RTS found at the outside areas of the
In other ways, the speed factor being created by matter at the outer areas of the cloud must be the same, relative to the RTS size found there, as the speed factor being created by matter at the inner areas of the cloud relative to the RTS found there.
But because matter can not shrink relative to the size of any RTS, matter is the same size in the inner parts of the cloud as well as in the outer parts, and therefore, there are larger gaps of RTS in the inner parts of the cloud, relative to such RTS,
than in the outside parts, relative to such RTS.
Lets say we had same size glasses all in a row, and each one of them was filled with balls of a different size. The first glass would have the largest balls, and the last glass the smallest; and as one glass of balls follows the other, from left to right,
it would have smaller balls than the one before. If we could measure the space within the glasses that is not being used by the balls from one end to the other, and show that space in a bar on top of the glasses, we will see the gradual distortion of the
space, from one end to the other.
This same distortion of relative time space is what becomes within any type of motion which matter bestows to create gravity.
Within a mass of matter, the fact that matter does not changes in size relative to the size of the RTS where it is found, is why different speeds are created, which create the distortion of RTS, turning the speed factor into an acceleration process.
However, within a rotating mass, it is the distortion of RTS itself caused by the mass' rotation, which creates different speeds within it.
So RTS by distorting itself, it creates different speeds within matter; and different speeds within matter distorts RTS; and by distorting RTS, the speed factor is turned into an acceleration process which creates a gravitational force for as long as such distortion remains.
If we, in turn, would have a type of matter that would actually shrink relative to the size and distortion of the RTS it is in, RTS would be able to balance itself out, and gravity would no longer be active.
The factor to keep in mind here is that when RTS gets distorted by matter, no matter what factor is taking place to distort it, gravity always travels towards the largest part of such RTS distortion.
The Relativity of Gravitational Force:
Now that I have finally explained what gravity is, lets understand how speed works within matter to dictate the amount of gravitational force.
I believe that with what I have already explained, concerning speed, could make many of the factors which I am going to explain obvious. However, there will be other explanations which will be new.
Lets start with two objects which have the same compression of matter relative to their own individual relative time spaces, but which are different in size.
Although the small object would have less mass, because its matter will be equally distributed relative to its RTS as the large object, both objects would have the same speed, not relative to each other but relative to their own individual RTSs.
However, because the small object would be able to move from one beginning point of the large object to its ending, the large object would be taking more relative time space, and therefore, the large object, relative to the small object, would have more
speed, for it would be covering a larger amount of space at the same amount of time.
This means that matter is actually scattered out within relative time space, and because of this, the acceleration process of small masses is quite diluted.
So when we see a small mass in space, such as a meteor, such a mass is not really claiming all of the motion space which it appears, and therefore, its speed is spread out, and diluted. Because of this, the acceleration process of many small masses, relative to the size of the RTS they occupy, is slow, and so is their gravity.
The amount of speed that a mass has plus the size and distortion of its RTS is what dictates the strength of its gravitational force. Lets say that we had a mass about the size of the moon. Although its gravitational pull would be weak, if such mass would be compressed to half its size, its gravitational pull would increase by 200%.
Such mass, however, would have not gained anything, for although the mass would have appeared to have gained more gravity, it would have been so only relative to its new compressed space.
This is like having a drain hole 7 inches wide where 30 gallons of water pass through every hour. If the drain hole would become half as wide but the same amount of water would be kept running through it, then, the pull of water as it collapses into the
hole would be stronger, for the area where water can pass through has been reduced, and therefore, the more water needs to pass through, relative to the size of the hole, in order for the 30 gallons of water to pass through it every hour.
Within many masses of matter, not only can we find distortions of RTS, but distortions of speed, distortions of volume, which affects the position of gravitational centers.
Because not too many masses of matter are perfectly round, or have the same density of matter all around, the speed, the volume, and the center or centers of gravity, which masses have, are sometimes quite distorted as well.
Lets study a distorted mass to find out where its center of gravity might be.
Lets say we have a mass, that although distorted, has the same density of matter all over, relative to its space, not its RTS.