Let I add my considerations about gravity really is a force and no the curvature of the spacetime in my paper:
Gravity is a force
Such a very good work. Are you agree with the fact that going on by exclusion gravity must be a pushing force ?
Yes, I believe gravity is a force transmited by the virtual graviton. Exist one evidence on the existence of the virtual graviton. I know that In 2001, in the Institute Laue-Langevin,Valery Nesvizhevsky found, the effects of gravity of the neutron that moved with jumps from one height to another, within a field of gravitation, as is predicted by quantum gravity.
I've read your paper about neutron jumps....Do you link this behaviour to quantum levels of gravitational field mediating by virtual gravitons ?
Yes. The experiment shows that the static gravitational field is quantized. The falling neutrons do not move continuously along the vertical direction as classic gravity says. Rather, neutrons jump from one height to another, as predicted by quantum gravity theory. The quantum of the quantized static gravitational field is the virtual graviton. Thus, this experiment is a evidence of the existence of the virtual graviton.
Cool...May I ask you why "virtual"....Do you mean uncertainty principle way ?
The quantas of the dynamic fields as the electromagnetic field and gravitational field are reals. The real photon is the quanta of the electomagnetic wave and the real graviton is the quanta of the gravitational wave. These quantas are detectable. The quantas of the static fields, that cause the forces of the class of Lorentz, are the virtual quantas. The quanta of the static electromagnetic field is the virtual photon and the quanta of the static gravity field is the virtual graviton. In effect, these virtual quantas exist in the lapse of uncertainty. Thus, the experiment with the neutrons is a indirect evidence on the existence of the virtual graviton. Obviously, virtual quantas are not directly detectable.
It’s very interesting how it can arrive to the same conclusions from different ways. For example I’d thought that a localized and stable wave made up by topological solitons might be a good model for elementary particles or quantum states, as excitations of nonlinear fields. This kind of fields could be also the medium of fundamental interactions...
Do the topological solitons transport energy?
Yes. When they are in the form of standing waves, made up by interference of waves with same speed, size and frequency and opposite directions, they are only potential energy. When symmetry breaks, they transport energy....
As potential energy are virtual packets of energy?
Yes of course.
OK. We are agree. Thank you.