SCIETorbital Layer Resonance and Dominance
Attraction between bodies in space is the cornerstone of physics. Newton's breakthrough was to calculate from the center of the planet rather than the surface. After that insight it was possible to calculate the relationships between the heavenly bodies with predictable accuracy.
The concept of gravity has progressed little beyond that basic idea. Einstein proposed that gravity distorts the space around objects like bowling balls on a mattress, but his approach only addresses massive objects. However, we can be assured that if it is true in the macro sense, then it is true in the micro sense also, meaning that according to Einstein, matter distorts space at the molecular level too. Quantum Mechanics measures the motion of particles, even to the degree that those particles disappear and then reappear in a different spot. Now that is distorting space. In spite of these great insights, gravity is accepted and relied upon by science and technology for all physical functions without much concern that we do not know exactly how it works.
SCIET Dynamics can supply a conceptual explanation.
SCIET Dynamics conceptualizes gravity as the resonance of the SCIETorbital layers between two bodies, with the larger body gradually causing the smaller body to resonate with it. Since all bodies are already in resonance the change in the smaller body registers as disonance with other bodies. This means that gravity has both push and pull components.
Gravity is not mysterious to SCIET Theory because the SCIET explains how change in space is recorded through the definition of center to center relationships based on the quality of space that SCIET Theory calls the SCIETorbital lattice, in conjunction with the SCIETline of the Infinitesimal Substrate
Gravity is simply one aspect of the SCIETorbital resonance as objects move in proximity to one another.
For more information on how SCIET Dynamics explains the effects of gravity see how the Pyramid resonant shape interacts with the Earth's layers to create the high resonance at the axis of the structure. It is the effect of gravity compounded by the shape of structures on the Earth.