Fresh perspective on relation between photon, mass and gravity.
If you elevate the object, you increase its mass.
Energy is conserved for the photon in a free fall.
Table of content
Energy and the rest mass
1.Work against the nuclear forces
2.Work against the elastic forces
3.Work against the magnetic forces
4.Work against the gravitational force (my personal contribution)
Energy conservation in a free fall
In short, my personal most important claims 
6 b. The rest mass and the invariant mass .
6 C. Free fall in gravitational field and kinetic energy
6 d. A loss of the electric charge in extremely strong gravitational fields
6 e. A photon sphere radius
7. A photonic structure of elementary particles
10.The quark-ed structure of electrons
11. Down and anti-down quark structure.
Time (gravitational dilatation)
Length (gravitational contraction)
Equation for the nuclear force as an electromagnetic interaction
Conclusions, guidelines for real anatomy of d quark, anti-d quark, nuclear and color force.
The stability of the d and anti-d quark
Magnetic dipole moment and angular momentum of a d quark
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My name is Oliver Jovanović (44 years), I graduated general physics at Belgrade University 2012, I was physics teacher in local medical high school (2 years). Physics, calculus and algebra expert on CourseHerro ang Chegg; now primary school physics teacher, tutor/innovation consultant at Expertisedirect and book author.
Relevant work biography:
1) “Methods for Detecting and/or Removing Air from Moving Fluids”
2) “NASA Challenge: Strain Measurement of Vectran and Kevlar Webbing”
Invited online participant NASA “Asteroid initiative”, (couple meetings in 2013)
Asiapacific Physics Conference, November 19-20, 2018
1) Correct Interpretation for “Harvard Tower Experiment” or Law of Energy Conservation for “Free Fall” Photon
Oliver RJ (2015) Correct Interpretation for “Harvard Tower Experiment” or Law of Energy Conservation for “Free Fall” Photon. J Appl Computat Math 4: 228. doi:10.4172/2168-9679.1000228