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Is Gravity A Misnomer?

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Posted by Roq on October 19, 2000 02:55:30 UTC

Gravity has never been proved. Okay it has been proved that the law of Gravity seems to hold through in observation, but theoretically gravity is where? Can people help me out here? Gravity supposedly comes from mass` distortion on space-time..why does mass distort space-time? Gravity is a "weak" force which means it doesn`t work at the quantum level but only at a macro level..what sort of sense does that make??

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