A major element of a collision-induced gravity model that has not been yet explained is how the heat generated in the inelastic collision is carried-off from the local neighborhood of the 3D coordinates of the collision.
In the interest of simplicity in basic modeling, the collision-induced mathematical analysis did not treat the effect of a change-in-flavor of the neutrino (flux) consequent to a neutrino-nucleon inelastic collision due, for example, to a collision with nucleons of the moon during a total solar eclipse, which would then generate a change in the collision cross-section that could affect a subsequent collision with another mass body (such as an interaction with a gravity measuring experimental apparatus located at an Earth laboratory).
And my own hypothesis as to the origin of that quantization, and also the origin of the phenomenon that explains the carry-off of heat generated from an inelastic scattering interaction (in which although momentum is conserved, energy is not--because of the involved heat), is cast in terms of the quantum mechanics of neutrino-nucleon inelastic collision, and this necessarily must involve the quark constituents of the nucleon.
This is because of values of masses and velocities before and after the inelastic collision do not change substantially.
Therefore, such energetically unbalanced plasmas have low gas temperature but produce sufficient energy for inelastic collisions
with atoms and molecules in the gas phase, thus producing reactive species and photons, which are able to initiate all types of polymerizations or activate any surface of low reactive polymers.