That’s a good point, uwot.
However, as a thought experiment...
...imagine being able to immerse yourself (your mind sans body) within the context of the quantum (“non-local” reality) wherein the only thing you experience is something akin to this...
You would not only be encountering the ever-changing patterns of information (un-collapsed quantum waves) that correspond with the dynamic processes taking place between the stars and planets (“local” reality),...
...but you would also witness the information describing the space between the stars and planets.
And that’s because from the quantum perspective, literally everything (including empty space itself) is written in code, so to speak, a coding that (theoretically) is superpositionally intertwined into one unbroken whole (the “universal wavefunction”).
Now with that in mind, there is no denying the fact that up at the “local” level of reality there are distinct and separate appearing objects (galaxies, stars, planets, etc.) that interact with each other...
...which means that there is something in the “coding” at the informational level that represents and defines the unique form and structure of each individual object.
Therefore (and to your point), what I am suggesting is that even though the whole shebang is instantaneously (superluminally) interconnected via the standard definition of entanglement,..
...nevertheless, the strength of the informational bond that maintains the integrity and sovereignty of each object itself is stronger than the overall bond of the universal wavefunction.
In which case, one can imagine that the underlying quantum processes could allow for an “entangling” and “detangling” (coherence/decoherence?) of the patterns of information in such a way that corresponds with the strengthening and waning of gravitational effects based on distance (as was suggested in the OP).
Again, what I am proposing is that when we lift a bowling ball, we encounter a vastly more complex array of quantum algorithms to cycle-through than what we encounter when lifting a feather, which, in turn, translates as resistance (gravity) up at the “local” level of reality.
And because a bowling ball - floating in the open vacuum of space - is no longer “acutely” entangled with a planet as described earlier...
...it is therefore weightless.
(Note: Again, it should be taken as a given that this is all just fun speculation.)
(Continued in next post)