How Basic Particle Gravitation Works

"Basic particle" gravitation at the levels of atomic nuclei and electrons is proposed to arise in response to large and continuous numbers of impacts from the basic particles. A nucleus in isolation would not be accelerated (substantially) by the particles impacting from all directions of the cosmos. The introduction of an additional large mass in the vicinity would cause the nucleus to accelerate toward the newly introduced mass. This occurs because the acceleration vector of the nucleus is deprived of some components from the direction of the intruding large mass. The result causes the nucleus to be accelerated toward the large mass.