The riddle of gravitation
With a space atmosphere of electrons gravitation may be explained in the following way:
When a mass of a body displaces electrons (in a sea of electrons) the total charge of the body drops. The mass therefore becomes positive in relation to the surrounding charge field and the mass attracts more electrons which create a negative none-linear charge gradient around the body. Measurements show that the charge gradient in towards the surface of the Earth is very large. A potential difference of 300 000 volts has been measured. This charge gradient will give rise to gravitation. The measurements are reported in a book by Richard Feynman .
When the masses are of the same size the charge gradients will be the same for both masses and thus there will not be an attractive force between the masses. In the case of a large difference between the masses it is the charge gradient of the larger mass that is completely dominant. A linear relationship between the maximum and minimum levels may be assumed. In the literature no experiments have been reported where masses of equal size have been able to attract one another. Only torsion balance instrument sets with a large difference in mass size have been recorded. Two cases with equal masses have been reported and one findings was that “the continuation of the experimental work by elaborating different cases of interactive mass ratios, clearly shown the minimum gravitational energy transfer between equal masses”  and second “the preliminary results show that the relative uncertainty of the angular acceleration is approximately 100 ppm. However we cannot give the value of G, in the preliminary experiment, because some parameters need to be determined more precisely and further confirmed carefully” . This may will be due to the fact that it is not possible to get any result with two equal masses.
Newton’s law of gravitation is only a special case, which applies to the attraction of small mass towards very large mass and the extreme gravitation between mass and anti-mass (black stars) depends on anti-mass have a positive none-linear electric field gradient.
- The Feynman Lectures on Physics mainly electromagnetism and matter, Richard Feynman.
- A Gravity Experiment Between Commensurable Masses, D. Sarkadi & L. Bodonyi, Research Centre of Fundamental Physics, H-7030 Paks, Kishegyi 16, Hungary.
- Preliminary determination of Newtonian gravitational constant with angular acceleration feedback method, Chao Xue1, Li-Di Quan1,2, Shan-Qing Yang1, Bing-PengWang1, Jun-FeiWu1, Cheng-Gang Shao1, Liang-Cheng Tu1, Vadim Milyukov3 and Jun Luo1.