Is gravity a rounding error?

Is gravity a rounding error?

 

Random thoughts don’t always go the way we hope:

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p style=”text-align: justify;”>???? Gravity particles don’t make sense: As you accelerate towards a large source of gravitons, you would expect to increase the flux density, meaning the faster you approach a gravity source, the more it would appear to accelerate you. Which I guess matches F = GmM/R2 if you account for E=mC2/(1 – (V2/C2)). Yikes. Need to add length contraction / time dilation to the following as well for it to be correct: F = G[mC2/(1 – (Vm2/C2))][MC2/(1 – (VM2/C2))]/R2 ==> GmMC2[1/(1 – (Vm2/C2))]/R2