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.
Introduction[edit | edit source]
Gravity is a weak force that operates through all objects. The components of gravity are useful in many studies.
Simple Observations[edit | edit source]
- 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[edit | edit source]
Magnetism vs. Gravity[edit | edit source]
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[edit | edit source]
Is electric charge the same force as gravity without a pole? Is charge an interfering force between gravitating structural elements?
Gravity vs. Light[edit | edit source]
Is the free light in the universe affected by gravity? Is the free light in space capable of gravity?
Gravity vs. Gravity[edit | edit source]
Does the repulsion force of gravity expelling a lighter object ever allow that object to leave it's field?
Gravity vs. Temperature[edit | edit source]
Is a medium processed (by gravity) differently under heat saturation?
Gravity vs. Particles[edit | edit source]
Does gravity sort particles?
Gravity vs. Medium[edit | edit source]
Why don't heavier metals sink deeper into the Earth?
Gravity vs. the Rotation of Planets[edit | edit source]
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[edit | edit source]
Is the alteration of gravity a field difference when celestial objects pass each other?