A point mass, M', is separated by a point on a plane, S, by a distance, d. Line E is a unit for a metric that can be changed so that the function q(x)=(d/E)^x is scaled by E. This is the field strength on the plane dependent on the power, x, the "field power". When multiplied by the scalar value of M'=M, M*q(x) is the weight, W, of the mass M' attracted toward point S in the field power of x. The weight is directly proportional to M*q(x) dependent on d and E when x is positive (to the right of the origin, O) and inversely proportional to M*q(x) dependent on d and E when x is negative (to the left of the origin). Because of some bugs in this software, the Algebra doesn't show it as negative, but it actually is. There are still a lot of other details that I didn't include, but this is just a prequel, like I said. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
~Jason