If energy is represented by Acceleration=A, then
am=F ams=W (ams)/t=P
Acceleration is always present when motion is present, acceleration is the energy.
Since gravity translates into acceleration, and acceleration turns to Force with mass, and force turns to work with distance, and work to power with time, doesn't it stand to reason that acceleration never goes away and that therefore acceleration represents energy, therefore gravity is energy because acceleration is energy?
Gravity acts on all different masses in a peculiar fashion. If you measure the amount of force it takes to accelerate a 100 lbs ball to 10 mph on an even surface and the amount of force needed to accelerate a 10 lbs ball to 10 mph on an even surface, the larger mass would require more force.
But gravity doesn't exert force in the way you and I do, it doesn't respond to mass at all except in one way, Gravity accelerates mass. When gravity accelerates the 10 lbs ball at 32.2 ft/s^2 and when gravity accelerates the 100 lbs ball at 32.2 ft/s^2, two different forces are generated simultaneously.
I suggest this is because gravity behaves the way an electro-magnetic field behaves, where momentum is ignored during acceleration.
Gravity ignores mass when accelerating, so what is gravity?
Gravity appears to act equally on some part of all the molecules in an object, creating a density effect. The energy of gravity gives mass its weight and that is why weight is measured like a force. I am starting to think all energy comes from life in some way form or fashion, but mass gets weight from energy vectors. Energy and force behave the same way accept that pure energy is expressed in acceleration where as force is expressed as a product of mass and energy.
Maybe gravity accelerates all molecules equally, thus generating unequal forces (varying energy) but constant acceleration. Like the more molecules, the more points of access gravity has.
Guide on translating forces:
Acceleration to force: multiply the acceleration by mass. F=ma Force to work: multiply the Force by distance. W=Fs (s=distance) Work to power: divide by time. P=W/t
Power to Work: Pt=W Work to Force: F=W/s (s=distance) Force to Acceleration: F/M=A
Power to force multiply the power by the time and divide by the distance. Acceleration to Power: (AMs)/t=P (s=distance t=time) Power to Acceleration: Pt/(Ms)=A (s=distance t=time)
P(t/s)=W/s = F = MA = M (v^2/r)
[s=distance, t=time, P=power, W=work, F=force, M=mass, A=acceleration, V=velocity, r=radius]