### The New Gravitational Constant G_{V}

*The gravitational constant for the speed of gravity at the Bohr radius is (G _{V}) = 9.2116013 x 10^{-14}meters/second.*

Gravity is simply a constant outward three dimension velocity from the center of matter. Space and time are mere ideas with no existence in physical reality except as a means to quantify the absolute physical reality of mass. As the absolute values of matter’s mass and size constantly change with gravitational expansion, the rate at which we measure time also changes at a proportionate rate. The true gravitational constant is thus not a force per unit of mass and space as defined by Newton, but instead it is characterized as a simple velocity at the radius of a particular body of matter such as the hydrogen atom at the Bohr radius.

### Masslength

To determine the value for this new fundamental constant (G_{V}) to replace the old gravitational constant (G) we must first determine the ratio between the earth’s overall density and the intrinsic density of hydrogen at the Bohr radius (a_{o}). By coincidence, we find that the density of the Earth (5,518.9 kg/m^{3}) is very close to the intrinsic density of the hydrogen molecule (H_{2}) at the Bohr radius (5,432.3 kg/m^{3}). The density of Earth is 1.015942 (_{m}H_{2}/a_{o}^{3}). We then take the cube root of this value (1.005286) to establish a new parameter of matter called **masslength** (_{M}L). Masslength is a unit of mass divided by a unit of length. The masslength at the Bohr radius is exactly one _{m}H_{2}/a_{o}^{o}=1.0, the masslength of the earth at sea level is 1.005286 _{m}H_{2}/a_{o}, and the mass/length at the surface of the moon is (.85054 _{m}H_{2}/a_{o}).

### Speed of Gravity = (G_{V}) = 9.2116013 x 10^{-14} m/sec

To measure the new constant for gravity we measure Earth’s mean sea level gravity to be about (g = 9.807 m/sec^{2}) and then determine its escape velocity to be about V_{es} = 11,179 m/sec). We thus arrive at the value for the New Constant for gravitational velocity (G_{V}) = 9.2116013 x 10-14 m/sec. This constant is not a force, an attraction or an acceleration. Rather it is the constant velocity of the circumference of the Bohr radius away from its center. The Bohr radius of each atom moves away from its center at the constant velocity of (G_{V}). This constant is every bit as fundamental and absolute as the speed of light (C). Just as the speed of light is very fast, the speed of gravity is very slow. For the Bohr radius to increase its dimension to one meter would take 10^{13} sec or about 344,000 years. On the other hand, with 1017 Bohr radii stacked up between us and the center of the earth, our velocity away from its center is 11,179 m/sec.

With this constant (G_{V}) we can find a body’s value of (g) at any radius (r) with the formulas:

With these** gravity equations** we can calculate the gravity of the earth at the North Pole to be (g = 9.852 m/sec^{2}), at the equator to be (g = 9.786 m/sec^{2}), and the gravity at the Moon’s surface to be (g = 1.6205 m/sec^{2}s). These values are exactly the ones that are measured at these locations.