Newtonian model and Einstein's GR are two major models being successfully utilized in Physics. Though these are very useful; their basic concepts are different. In Newtonian model a mass changes movement due to force. Whereas in Einstein's GR, curvature of space-time decides the movement of a mass. Even though these two models are different, i feel these two models can be correlated. These two models can be correlated through my theory.

See the question (What is the motion of a particle at any instant of time?) in II.6) of my paper at

https://www.academia.edu/31457696/A_Mathematical_Theory_of_Success . Here I answered this question in Newtonian model. My answer is that, this motion at any instant of time will depend on IFS or IRF. If this question is answered in Einstein's GR, the answer would be curvature of space-time caused by the particle at that instant of time.

As the motion of a particle is same or common in both these Newtonian Model and Einstein's GR, we can say that there is some correlation between IFS/IRF and curvature of space-time.

II.11. Of your academia upload appears to be THE crux. You have defined lot of forces, that's fine, but there appears to be some inherent problem with II.11.

Secondly, say I set my targets, I call them SMT and then on completion I record the completion of assigned work against each target, I call it COAW. If my COAW = SMT then I have achieved success. How does it matter how many dust particles I moved or how many stones I unturned or turned in the process??

Uniqueness of process also can be full of perspective. Everyday morning I get up, succeed in my morning act, I see nothing unique about the process, and this is same for all, all the days, till the body system deteriorates.

There is no uniqueness in an uneventful work day in the life of an ATC or a pilot, process followed is invariably same everyday. You can always argue, fuel was less or more, one radar was non functional, one runway was under maintenance, equipment was changed, special movements of crafts, emergency situation, they may make the situation different but nothing unique about the process as such. The uniqueness would be for a pilot to find out at 36000 ft with 300 passengers on board that lo there is no fuel in the aircraft, and then manage to glide down the aircraft safely to ground.

Force of desire, perseverance, hardwork, resourcefulness, feasibility of tasks, ability....These determine the success to a large extent, not some imaginary force on dust particle.