
Mass attraction.
Mass attraction is mass.
To see the details of this here, read my section about mass formation.
There are two types of mass attraction:
Massattraction of massive mass (particle mass).
Formula for rest mass is m_{x} = V_{x} *
c^{2} and formula for mass attraction is m/s
= (V_{x} * c^{2}) / V.
The cutting point is the delimited periphery of the mass and
transition to the normal function of the universe, after
which the attraction is decreasing.
This is a ball formula, which assumes that the mass is at
rest. If the mass is not at rest, there shall be coordinated for the
fundamental functions of the universe.
Molecular
mass attraction (the gravity).
Formula of molecular mass attraction is m/s = (V_{x} * v^{2}) / V
The cutting point is the same as in mass attraction.
Example: The earth's cutting point is the surface and v = 9.8 m /s.
This is also a ball formula, which assumes that the Earth is
at rest. If the Earth is not at rest, there shall be
coordinated for the fundamental functions of the
universe, if it all shall be correct.
The difference between the two systems is the combinatorial composition.
Mass attraction is that part of the universe which holds
the various particle parts together.
Example:
If we take the earth that is made up of molecules and
would like to calculate what the mass attraction is
at a height of 50 km above the surface:
The formula is m/s = (Vx * v^{2}) / V
Gravity is 9.8 m / s
The radius of the earth is 6,371 km equals 6 371 000 m.
The distance is 6,371 km + 50 km is = 6 371 000 m + 50
000 m = 6 421 000 m
Gravity is at 50 km altitude:
m / s = ((4/3 * pi * (6 371 000)^{3} ) * 9.8) / (4/3 * pi
* (6 421 000)^{3} ) = 9.57 m / s
The universe's
two main parameters are volume and velocity, if you
remove the volume parameter and replace it with a
charge system, then the error is so great that it cannot be
greater, all the basic systems will appear as an
incoherent incomprehensible chaos.
 
The
Universe.
Classic
big bang.
Mass
formation.
Atom
structure.
Atom
binding.
Molecular
binding.
Particle
radiation
Magnetic
fields.
Mass
attraction.
Conclusion.
Micro physics
