Hoffman, Kenneth Paul
July 25, 2020
Acceleration, Emergent Gravity, Gravitational Mass, Inertial Mass, 2nd Law Thermdynamics, Newton's 3rd Law, G-Force
This paper is to provide support for the position why Gravity is a force that emerges as a natural consequence of nature’s rules described by Newton’s laws and the laws of thermodynamics. Change is constant in the Universe and nature naturally spontaneously responds to this change to correct an imbalance. This is readily seen in pressure and temperature. Is it also present when universe detects acceleration? Inertia, seen as a property of mass, can be viewed as a display of the emergence of Gravity as the response of Space to any acceleration of mass at any scale. Mass does not exist in isolation. It is part of an energy system that encompasses both mass and space in interaction at all scales. This is a new perspective on Newton's third law.