Gravity components

Physics has resolved the general theories of gravity and its activity. Further research is needed to describe all the components of Gravity's phenomena as it affects many other disciplines.

See Gravity, General field



Gravity is a weak force that operates through all objects. The components of gravity are useful in many studies.

See Strong Gravitational Constant

Simple Observations

  • Why don't falling objects fall towards mountains or buildings of great mass?
  • Do meteors change path to directly downward meteorite falls when striking into a planet's gravity field?
  • Could a massive helium balloon hurt astronauts in space if they tried to haul it inboard by hand?

The Study of Components


Magnetism vs. Gravity


Is gravity a monopole field system? Would a two pole magnetic system only work with electric field structures in iron and electromagnets? Is gravity a single unit of force, and magnetism the multiplication of that force (that achieves a second pole).

Charge vs. Gravity


Is electric charge the same force as gravity without a pole? Is charge an interfering force between gravitating structural elements?

Gravity vs. Light


Is the free light in the universe affected by gravity? Is the free light in space capable of gravity?

Gravity vs. Gravity


Does the repulsion force of gravity expelling a lighter object ever allow that object to leave it's field?

Gravity vs. Temperature


Is a medium processed (by gravity) differently under heat saturation?

Gravity vs. Particles


Does gravity sort particles?

Gravity vs. Medium


Why don't heavier metals sink deeper into the Earth?

Gravity vs. the Rotation of Planets


Does the gravity of a planet with a different rotation cycle affect it's material components differently? Does the heat cycle (from day to night) affect the gravity in positions around the planet?

Gravity vs Celestial Objects


Is the alteration of gravity a field difference when celestial objects pass each other?