LiTE: Liang’s Theory of Everything.
Part 4.1: What are forces?
From the above we can conclude that gravity messenger units together form an organized spherical structure where the members of a gravity structure communicate with each other to maintain a smoothly expanding gravity sphere. In other words, what the physicists call a graviton is in fact a spherical expanding structure composed of many constantly increasing gravity messenger units.
Since each gravity sphere is an organized spherical structure, it would argue for the greater likelihood that its progenitor is also an organized spherical structure. This is because a gravity messenger unit is a subset of its progenitor matter unit. It is like a reduced set of DNA or a reduced set of a computer program. Therefore, whatever DNA that can be found in the subset must also be found in the parent. This means that if the reduced set of a certain genome expressed a certain characteristic then the parent whole set of genome must also express the same characteristic. So if the gravity messenger units expressed the characteristic of a spherical structure then it is likely if not absolutely certain that the parent matter units that created the gravity messenger units must also express the same characteristic of a spherical structure. From this we can be confident that matter particles such as protons that emit gravity spherical structures are themselves organized coherent spherical structures.
If protons are spherical structures composed of many matter units then it is reasonable to think they would require some tasks to be performed to maintain their integrity in shape and size. Otherwise, they can become disorganized and fall apart. Since it takes time to perform such housekeeping chores, it is reasonable to think there is a dormant period when the proton structures remain stationary and immobile as these housekeeping tasks are performed. This is the rationale for theorizing that there is a dormant period when calculating the velocity of protons.
Since a proton is a spherical structure composed of many matter units, it may be possible that some of the matter units can become damaged and need to be replaced. If these damaged matter units accumulated inside the proton sphere then they can damage the structure or hinder its movement. Therefore, it is desirable to get rid of these debris. One way may be to pull them into the center of the sphere and then neutralize or reset them or otherwise make them disappear. One way to do this is for each matter unit of the proton sphere to emit a messenger unit toward the center. When all the messenger units meet at the center they are transformed into gravity messenger units and reflected back. When a gravity messenger unit encounters a debris matter unit it would cause it to move toward the center where it is neutralized and disappeared under the influence of a special matter unit that has been created as a garbage disposer unit and that last for the duration of the dormant period. The gravity messenger units subsequently simply pass out of the proton sphere and continue to expand outward indefinitely as a spherical structure and continue to pull everything they encounter to the direction from which they come.
It has been observed that gravitational force is stronger at a great distance than expected. One way to explain this by my theory is as follows. There are many gravitational spheres expanding from all the protons in space objects such as stars and planets. In any one space unit at any time there may be as many gravitational messenger units as there are protons in the entire universe. Many of the gravitational spheres emanating from a small locality after they have traveled for a long distance are almost identical in the direction they travel and in their gravitational strength. It may be possible for these almost identical gravitational spheres to merge into one. But in the process of merging the gravitational strength is rounded up. As explained above, the strength of the gravitational force depends on the number of splitting, N. The smaller N is the greater the strength of the gravitational force of the gravitational sphere. Therefore, if N is rounded down then the gravitational force is increased. To see this, please consider the example below:
G1 = G / 2^N.1
G2 = G / 2^N.2
G3 = G1 + G2 = (G 2^N.1 + G 2^N.2) / 2^N.1 x 2^N.2
Round N.1 and N.2 down to N.
G3 = 2 G 2^N / 2^2N
G3 = 2 G / 2^N
Since 2^N < 2^N.1 < 2^N.2 the resulting G3 is bigger than the sum of G1 + G2. It could be that before merging can take place the gravitational force must fall below a certain minimum. That is, N must be above a certain critical number. This may be why gravitational force can appear to be bigger than expected only when it has fallen below a very small amount. It is because they cannot merge until they have fallen below the minimal gravitational level or until the N has reached above a certain critical level.