I'm not as schooled on this subject in general, but I've read a couple of books and I've had a thought about Gravity:
Given a simplified Newtonian formula of Gravity (F=G((msub1-msub2)/r2), Maxwell has a similar formula for the Magnetic Field (B=(μ0(I)/2πr).
To my best understanding, the Magnetic Field is point in Planck space that sees Electrons traveling past Protons. And given Special Relativity, the Electrons appear to be stretched. Which makes that point see more positive charge from the Protons than the negative charge from the Electrons.
"Seeing" the charge from the charged par