Yes, if you want me to use the term "gravitational field"
then I will use that term. We normally think of our reality as being in 3 dimensions and so I used the term warping the fabric of space(length, height, and width)
time. We normally think of Mass as doing such a thing.
What I want to know is can an objects spin/rotation/revolving also play a role in forming a "gravitational field"? If so, then we can form our own gravitational field with low mass objects. Now it might depend on what material we use to spin, but outside of that, all we will have to focus on is the acceleration of the spin/rotation/revolving. How fast must it go in order to create the gravitational field we need. This is what I want to know. Is such a thing possible or am I way out in left field in thinking we can generate a gravitational field without worrying about an objects mass........I'm trying to skip the whole mass thing.
If you want me to use the term "force field", I'll use that.....I'll use any term you want me to use. I was wondering if a force field can be created with a spin of an object and not just with it's mass alone.
And the only reason why I am wondering this is because of the similarities I see with force fields in both the Micro and Macro worlds.
What have you read about Super Black Holes and can you give some sources please?
I don't have any sources at the moment, but it is said that at the center of every galaxy is a super black whole. And as we know, Galaxies spin......real slowly! And so it's probably the super black whole that's spinning....But I really don't know if that's the case or not. At the moment all I can do is assume ....assume that super black wholes spin/rotate/revolve.
What sorts of things are you thinking of when you say "in the micro world?"
All kinds of stuff from the stuff we all learned in Chemistry class to the stuff I learned in my Semi-Conductors class to even the newer smaller stuff that has been recently found or speculated to exist.
I am only thinking about this because I would really like to colonize the solar system, but such a thing would be hard to do if we don't have artificial gravity. The whole Centripetal force thing would be good for stationary space stations, but not for actual space ships.
To be honest, we really don't know what gravity is. And this is the main reason why I don't care about the idea of the 4 forces being separate and not related. I think they are related.