Originally posted by SonoraUndergroundLabs
Every force in the universe is said to be much greater than the force of gravity,why? Most scientists are starting to accept the theory that the gravity comes from a different dimension. But that just seems so unlikely,so im guessing thats their way of saying i dont know.
So what im getting at is why not look right in front of our eyes and see for our selves that gravity is so weak simply because the universe is part of a much bigger mass. It is so unimaginably huge that most people would say impossible. No matter what all objects in this reality should behave in the same way right? And if so could our universe be just a piece of dust floating in a much bigger space?
I think gravity relies on mass, it seems weak to us but as soon as you start to move into space you have the mass of the planet pulling down on you. Sure you can jump in the air but look how much force is needed for rockets to get out of the Earth’s *atmosphere*! Its force seems to spread over vast distances rather than locally. I do believe there are dimensions on other frequencies but I don’t think those would explain gravity, assuming other dimensions follow the same laws as our own why would they have effects in our physical reality?
edit on 23-12-2011 by OwenGP185 because: (no reason given)