how does gravity relate to mass distance?

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Gravity is the "Pressure of Photonic-Mass" that is right now pushing you down onto the earth. If you did a back handspring without Gravity you would float off into space. Must see www.EinsteinGravity.com

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Gravity is "created" by the combustion of the sun and all stars therefore because the sun is expelling photonic-mass, gravity on the sun is probably much different than on earth. Must See www.EinsteinGravity.com Cheers to discovery.

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