If you want to push your pet theory, go study for a few years, work in the field for more, get some credentials, and publish in actual scientific forums (of which this is NOT one).

A guy named Albert Einstein already did that.

“If we restrict ourselves to the case which almost exclusively offers itself to our experience, of

*v* being small as compared with the velocity of light...…What is remarkable in this result is that the component g₄₄ [

**the time component of spacetime curvature **] of the fundamental tensor

**alone** **defines**, to a first approximation,

** the motion of a material point. **That’s from p. 158-9 of The Foundation of the General Theory of Relativity in a section titled Newton’s Theory as a First Approximation

Kip Thorne (

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kip_Thorne) explains what Einstein meant in Chapter 4 of his book The Science of Interstellar

Warped Time and Space, and Tidal Gravity

Einstein's Law of Time Warps

Einstein struggled to understand gravity on and off from 1907 onward. Finally in 1912 he had a brilliant inspiration.

**Time**, he realized,

**must be warped**by the masses of heavy bodies such as the Earth or a black hole,

**and that warping is responsible for gravity.** He embodied this insight in what I like to call "Einstein's law of time warps," a precise mathematical formula1 that I describe qualitatively this way: Everything likes to live where it will age the most slowly, and gravity pulls it there.

**The greater the slowing of time, the stronger gravity's pull.**This is a really good distillation of the subject if you are more of a visual learner.

Any physicist will tell you that there is very little (relatively speaking) warping of the space component of spacetime near the earth. It isn’t massive enough. For practical purposes, it is flat and what we experience as gravity on earth is due to the warping of the time component. Of course you are free to disagree with the idea, but it is hardly my pet theory. Its pretty mainstream. At the beginning of the video I linked, the host references numerous other videos that explain the same thing in different ways. You might try doing some research before making snide comments