By artificial force, I mean a physical force applied by us onto an object which sets it in an accelerated motion (& not a natural force like gravity). eg: hitting a ball. Excuse me if the terminology is wrong. I didn't know what to call it otherwise. On the contrary, we have well established names for the 4 natural forces.
Consider I am on a spaceship orbiting the earth. My fist punches a ball initially at rest wrt me. Next, I will see the ball accelerating & moving away wrt me. Could this acceleration be explained in terms of curving of spacetime?
For instance, this is what think. Both my fist ( & ofcourse me) & the ball have mass. Mass is energy. Mass or energy curves spacetime which appears to us as gravity. Both my fist (& obviously me) & ball have different patterns of curved spacetime around them. Punching the ball by my fist transfers some energy onto the ball. Because now the ball has an excess energy, the curved pattern around it in the spacetime changes. And this curving of spacetime makes us to think as if the ball is accelerating through it. Is this thought or explanation correct?
Another implication of this thought if its correct is that it would mean the artificial force as described in the above context produced curving of spacetime (which is gravity) or in other words, that there is no distinction between artificial force and gravity.