The gravity volume theory has been applied to the Schwarzschild Radius to translate from a mass based gravity theory to a volume based theory. Instead of using mass and Newton's G to model the Schwarzschild Radius, r0, the baryon volume and the number of baryons in the star are used. This is more correct than the concepts used in old science, where a mysterious mass causes gravity and an unexplained G sets the scale. This new treatment focuses on the fact that gravity is a volume effect and it has a volume cause. The volume of baryons causes gravity. Mass is proportional to something that causes gravity: volume V, the baryon volume. The G is explained by gravity volume theory, and its factors are given below. Here is the old formula for the Schwarzschild Radius :

r0 = GM/c^2

where G is Newton's constant and M is the mass of a star. This radius is describing how small a star needs to be for it to become as black hole. The gravity volume theory has derived two factorizations of G. This one involves m, the proton mass:

G = V / (2 pi m 5*10^(-9) second^2)

Since the Schwarzschild Radius involves mass as a mysterious source of gravity, the true source of gravity (proton volume) is used in this translation from old science to a more realistic theory:

r0 = NV / (pi c^2 5*10^-9 sec^2)

where N is the number of baryons in the star. N = M/m . In the gravity volume theory, S is the speed of space, a is acceleration, m is proton mass.

S = NV / (4 pi (R^2) * 5ns)

S = r0 * c^2 second / R^2

S = 1/2 (at)

a = 2 r0 c^2 / R^2

Conclusion: The acceleration due to gravity, a, has been derived from the two theories. Gravity Volume Theory and the Schwarzschild Radius Theory were combined and here is an example of its correctness. For an example, for the Sun's mass, r0 is 2.95 kilometers (Ref. 1).

a = 2 r0 c^2 / R^2
a = 2 * 2950 * c^2 / (6.96*10^8 meter)^2
a = 279 meters per second^2

That "a" is correct for the Sun. Mass does not cause gravity. Mass is the area of a baryon. The volume causes the gravity volume effect. The basic momentum of free space is p for each baryon. p = V / 5ns. It was used above. p is more basic than h bar. Planck's Constant is based on p. Rejoice.

p = 7.000 * 10^-37 meter^3 / second

Ref. 1 "The Mathematical Theory of Special and General Relativity" by Katti (2013)

Oct. 12, 2016