Quantum Newtonian Gravity
Author(s): Leonard J. Malinowski
A quantum theory of the gravitational field remains a desired goal for theoretical physics. This effort follows a simple, visual approach. A working model depicting universal gravitation between masses using lines of force, combined with universal absorption and emission of electromagnetic radiation between masses, is presented. Blackbody radiation, self-gravitation energy, standing waves, and geometry are used to explain gravitation between two masses.
The gravitational field is patterned with photon strings of electromagnetic radiation and equations are developed therefrom that reproduce forces calculated by the Newtonian gravity equation. The physical equivalence of inertial mass and gravitational mass is apparent with this model as is the need for gravitational energy to propagate between masses at the speed of light.