#### jiveabillion

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Fine. Here's the equation for gravitational force, in it's simple form.

F = Gm1m2/r[sup]2[/sup]

Where G is the gravitational constant 6.67384x10[sup]-11[/sup] m[sup]3[/sup]/ kg/ s[sup]2[/sup]

m1 is the mass in kg, m2 is mass in kg, and r is the distance between m1 and m2 in meters.

This is verified and proven. How do you obtain the same result using inertia and momentum?

Here's the equation for gravitational time dilation.

This equation has been proven by experiment (Pound-Rebka experiment)

How do you obtain the same result using inertia and momentum?

You can't.

You threw a ball out of your car. That isn't evidence of anything.

You didn't watch my 58 minute video where I explain all of that. Like I said though, you'll have to figure out what I'm trying to say because I don't know the vernacular very well and I haven't had the chance to sit down with a physicist to go over it yet.