This is where it started.  I had an idea one day while mowing my yard. The idea was that Gravity is a particle and it pushes all matter that it goes through. Gravity has a starting point and an ending point. The ending point is an atom. Once a gravity particle finds an atom and goes to it, other gravity particles follow in a stream. Any matter that goes through the stream has a slight push on it. Once gravity reaches an atom it exits the atom and looks for somewhere else to go.

Think of gravity as working like a vacuum cleaner hose. The atom is like the end of the hose. Air goes in the hose. Think of gravity as being like the air. Put a feather above the vacuum cleaner hose. The air pushes the feather to the hose. Gravity works the same way. It's that simple!

It's a very simple concept. I wrote some of my ideas down and showed them to a friend of mine who is into science. A particle behind gravity worked so well that I put a particle behind all the "Forces" of nature. I continued to write my ideas and show them to my friend. He liked them so well he suggested I write a book on it, so I did. This is where the book "Particle Mechanics - The Theory of Energy States" started.

I will elaborate a little more on my theory on gravity. First imagine a molecule as a tire. The tire is shaped like a doughnut and it has a hole in it. Hang the tire from a tree like one of the old tree swings. Then take 50 people and put them on an arc 100 yards from the tire. Space each person a foot apart. Give them a bow and lots of arrows. All 50 people will now shoot arrows through the tire. 

If someone named Joe walks in front of the path of one of the arrows what will happen? The arrow will go through Joe and continue on towards the tire. When the arrow passes through Joe he will be pushed in the direction the arrow is going. Imagine the gravity particle as one of the arrows. It pushes matter as it goes through that matter. 

Let's have Joe walk in front of the hole in the tire. What happens? All 50 arrows will go through Joe. Joe will receive 50 times more push than if he is in the path of a single arrow. This is exactly how gravity works. The closer you get to an object the greater the gravity push.

Gravity does no damage as it passes through matter so assume the arrows don't hurt Joe.

You might ask, what is the mysterious force that drives the gravity particle? There is no force. The particle has no mass and it can go any speed or direction it wants. Doesn't make sense does it? But, look at light. Light travels from point A to point B. Light instantly goes from a stationary object to the speed of light. The light can travel for millions of years at that speed until it reaches its destination. The gravity particle is similar to light. The main difference is that light is reflected from most objects and gravity goes through all objects (like the arrows). I also believe light is a combination of particles.

You might also ask how does gravity find an atom? Think of it this way. A jet fighter flies by. It fires a billion heat seeking missiles. The heat seeking missiles have 3 jobs to do: 1) find a plane, 2) if you find a plane slow down and straighten your tail fins in the direction of the plane and go to the plane, and 3) follow a missile that has it's fins pointing towards a plane's direction. What will happen? The plane will fly by and a missile will find it. That missile will slow down and point it's fins in the direction of the plane. A second missile will find missile 1 and follow it. Missile 2 will straighten it's tail. Other missiles will follow in that line. If missile 4 finds the plane, another line of missiles will be formed. Of course when the missiles get there they will blow up the plane. In my model of gravity the plane is the atom and the gravity particles are the missiles. Gravity goes through the atom and doesn't blow it up. 

This is a new way of looking at gravity. It has given me many simple answers to many complicated questions. I hope this little piece of information will help you in some way. I have an illustration of gravity in my book and explanations in much more detail.