Is proton responsible for the existing gravity?

Posted by: Wolfram

Hydrogen have one proton and one electron, so neutron is unlikely client for the gravity.

Poll closed on 9/15/2016 at 6:00PM.
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Fkkize says2016-08-16T22:27:37.9322602Z
Wtf
karlmarx59 says2016-08-16T22:34:11.8086346Z
No it is EMF that is gravity.
Wolfram says2016-08-16T22:40:10.4146870Z
It seems that I've posted this poll 3 times. My bad. @karlmarx59 How do you come to that conclusion?
JcMagic2015 says2016-08-16T22:43:07.3978215Z
The Higgs field is a likely candidate for giving particles mass. Furthermore, if the particle interacting with the Higgs field gives it mass, it's then the warping of space-time from the mass that generates gravity. A proton would not meet this criteria.
karlmarx59 says2016-08-16T22:52:31.2553774Z
We know from Isaac Newton and his law of gravitation that any two objects in the Universe exert a force of attraction on each other. This relationship is based on the mass of the two objects and the distance between them. The greater the mass of the two objects and the shorter the distance between them, the stronger the pull of the gravitational forces they exert on each other.
Wolfram says2016-08-16T23:27:57.7754674Z
@karlmarx59 Let's assume leptons do have the mass, since the trajectory of light can be affected by the gravity. EMF = Electromagnetic frequency?

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