BASIS FOR A UNIFIED FIELD THEORY
Energy and mass are the same substance.
Mass dissipates in spherical waves of energy.
Where waves of energy intersect, mass is formed.
The interaction of 2 objects is determined by the particles of mass created in the interference of their energy waves.
Where the energy waves are more parallel to each other, more particles are created.
In between 2 objects, their waves are tangential to each other and create many particles, which drives the 2 objects apart: a repulsion effect.
Behind each object, opposite from each other, their waves follow similar arcs, creating more particles, which drives the 2 objects together: an attraction effect.
On the sides parallel to the axis between the objects, their waves intersect at more acute angles: not as many particles are created as in front and behind, but enough to prolong the objects' continuing interaction.
For any 2 masses there is a certain distance between them at which the mass of particles created between them is equally balanced by the mass of particles created behind them, that is, attraction = repulsion.
If they are closer to each other than that distance of equilibrium, the mass behind them is greater and the 2 objects are pushed together.
If they are farther from each other than that distance of equilibrium, the mass outside is weaker and the 2 objects are pushed apart.
If one of the objects is much larger than the other, the mass created from their interaction affects primarily the smaller object.
If the objects are particles themselves, attraction draws them together and a larger particle is created from their combined energy.
If they are both weak particles, their energy waves interact significantly only between them, and the created mass absorbs their remaining energy.
If a particle is in a field of strong energy, it may be torn apart by the strong particles created around it.