To understand where “gravity” comes from

We must look at the internal nucleic interactions

as well as the internal interactions of sub-particles

It is these forces that expand and contract space-time

The expanding and contracting oscillations result in gravitation

this is where unidirectionality comes into play

During the expansion part of the cycle, the space around

the mass is expanding, there is no “pushing away” force

of gravity in this form

(there can be, but not in normal gravitation in this part of the universe)

durzing the contraction part of the cycle, the space around the mass is

contracting, everything is drawn towards it.

These are locally simultaneous events

Meaning that all particles gravitate at the same time

Although their frequencies of the gravitational moment are different

from our perspective.

Relativity controls time in a very discrete way

and the local universal conditions control the response of matter

to the universe itself.

There is nothing of sufficient mass in close proximity to us that would

change these universal conditions.

The gravitational moment is a “polarized” event, but cancels itself around

360-degrees, and is always 90-degrees to the electric moment and/or

the magnetic moment (when and where applicable)

as their driving mechanisms are all derived from the same source.

In the simple case of a sub-particle (mass) it gravitates at a frequency slightly

lower than sub-space Lambda.

Complex masses can gravitate with higher or lower frequencies, (from our perspective)

but the events are simultaneous, within the constraints of special relativity from the perspective

of either mass being observed.

And as such, results in a constant acceleration force.