The Universe Never Had the So-Called Gravity


  • Dieu T Le Independent Scientist, 9150 Todos Santos Dr. Antee, CA 92071, California, USA



Newtonian Mechanics, gravity, dark matter


This paper challenges conventional gravity theories by revisiting Galileo's discoveries and presenting a counterintuitive perspective. Recent experiments, such as the hammer and feather drop on the moon and vacuum demonstrations on Earth, prompt a reevaluation of our current scientific understanding of gravity. The paper argues that celestial bodies, including Earth, move towards objects, challenging the traditional concept of gravity. Drawing on the equivalence principle and dark matter effects, it contends that objects become stationary when disconnected from their original reference frame. Addressing criticisms, the paper asserts that Earth's perpetual movement ensures uniform gravitational effects globally. Exploring the expanding universe and dark matter's influence, it concludes that objects released in space do not fall but become stationary, prompting a reassessment of established scientific principles. This paradigm shift invites readers to reconsider their understanding of gravity and the universe. The paper is written as a letter to stimulate thought and discussion.


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Author Biography

Dieu T Le, Independent Scientist, 9150 Todos Santos Dr. Antee, CA 92071, California, USA



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How to Cite

Le, D. T. . (2024). The Universe Never Had the So-Called Gravity. International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences, 14(2), 21-23.