Charged atomic nuclei and charged electrons of atoms cause local expansions of the EPOLA Lattice. This lowers the EPOLA density in the region around these particles.
However, each shell of the EPOLA further removed from the invading atomic particle is less effected and thus the average EPOLA density of these outer shells is approaching their normal undisturbed higher density. In areas of space where there are large bodies like the sun there are trillions upon trillions of atomic nuclei spread over a large area and each is diluting the EPOLA density in this area. The additive effect of so many atomic particles causes a rather large area of lower density EPOLA (green). However, the further regions away from the massive body the density incrementally returns to its normal higher level (purple).
Thus, there exists a differential EPOLA density that extends radially outward in all directions for trillions of miles (kilometers) from any material body. The larger the body the larger the differential density pressure exerted by the EPOLA. If there were only one material body in the universe the summation of EPOLA pressure bearing down on any particular square inch of the body's surface would be the same. This perfect balance of forces bearing down on the body from opposite sides would result in the body being perfectly stationary. However, when two bodies in the universe are considered it can easily be seen that the EPOLA region between them is being diluted from BOTH massive sources.
This sets up an area of lower density pressure which is between the two bodies being considered. Each body now feels more density pressure on one side than on its diametrically opposite side. This creates a push force driving each of the bodies toward the low pressure side which is between them. Thus, the two bodies are push-driven toward one another. This effect is what we experience as GRAVITY. Two massive bodies will always be pushed together by the lower pressure valley which is always between them.
Einstein's General Theory of Relativity considered that mass (atomic particles) warps space-time and in so doing creates gravity. Under this theory SPACE can not be a void of nothingness because you can't warp nothing. Einstein did not know what the fabric of space was made of but he was sure that whatever it was it was distorted by mass, the more massive the body the more space-time would be warped and the greater would be the gravitational force. This concept is commonly depicted as an imaginary space grid that has a warped hole surrounding the massive body :
But what lies at the intersection of the grid pattern? Professor Simhony has identified this in his EPOLA model of space as a pattern of alternating electrons and positrons. He also shows that charged atomic nuclei distort the EPOLA crystal by slightly expanding it at each local point where the mass resides within a cubic EPOLA cell (see above). If the space grid really represents the pressure gradient caused by the summation of all the distortions of the EPOLA we can see why one massive object will not move because the pressure is the same in all directions.
However, when two massive bodies are considered the pressure gradient is not perfectly level but the area between the massive objects is being acted on by BOTH objects and thus will be slightly lower than the outer edges. As a result the two bodies will always be pushed together.
Place two iron balls near one another on a bed and they will roll toward the center of the impression valley between them which is lower. In the same way objects in space move together until they meet and counter the force that is pushing them together.
Simhony has gone beyond Einstein by identifying the fabric of the SPACE GRID and showing the mechanism by which mass expands its structure which locally reduces its density and dilutes its cohesive tension. The further away the electrons and positrons are in the EPOLA structure the less they are attracted to one another. The local lessening of attractionn creates a lower pressure or tension that each atomic body feels. The differential pressures over large distances is the mechanical explanation for the force we call gravity, Thanks to Professor Simhony we finally know what GRAVITY is.