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    Everythinkg has gravity - the moon has loads just less than the earth - more than an oreo though - but that still has some

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 42697
    everything has gravity my friends - everything :D

    Can I quote you on that?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 42796
    Everythinkg has gravity - the moon has loads just less than the earth - more than an oreo though - but that still has some
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    If I stand on an Oreo and it crumbles, does it still have gravity? :D
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    indeed :D - if you eat it it will increase your gravity as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 42813
    indeed :D - if you eat it it will increase your gravity as well
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    Does an oreo have less or more gravity than a cheerio?

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    I'm guessing more. Is gravity related to mass, in that the object with more mass will have greater gravity? Or is gravity related to mass and weight, where we let weight be other than mass?






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    I refer you back to my statement about having a history degree.

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    Well gravity is probably one of the older concepts in this world.






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