Reference: Disturbance Theory
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This is the Disturbance theory view of gravitation.

Relative velocity comes into picture only when there are other mass locations in space. There is no velocity in the absence of other mass locations. There is only acceleration in reference to oneself.

When there is a mass location, there is collapse of high frequency disturbance at that location. An example of this is the nucleus of an atom.

There exists undisturbed space (or space with low disturbance) between two mass locations.

From a mass location to undisturbed space there is a sharp gradient of frequency.

Such sharp gradients between mass locations must try to smooth themselves out to maximize the entropy.

This would appear as a tendency of the two mass locations to draw each other in.

This would explain the gravitational attraction.
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Note:
Math can explain the force of gravity due to sharp gradient of frequency as follows:
Momentum, p = E/c = hf/c, where f is frequency
Force, F = dp/dt = (h/c) df/dt, where df/dt is the gradient of frequency.
The concept of time needs to be further refined here.
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Interesting Link:
Geometry should be understood as abstraction of material dimensions.
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Comments
is this conjecturing that gravity is an emergent property?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Entropic_gravity
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