Learn how to visualize the reality concerning Gravity and the fact that things simply do not fall.
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Understanding Gravity Have you ever been looking up at a tall building on a sunny day and had your eyes focused more on the clouds than on the building and for just a moment you thought the building was tipping or moving and then you realize it was actually the movement of the clouds going past the building? This is a very common optical illusion or how about have you ever been on a hill beside another car and your foot was on the break and you look over and what you think is the car beside you moving forward is actually your foot had come off the break a little and you are starting to roll backwards. These are two very common optical illusions. Well this is exactly what happened to Isaac Newton, Isaac Newton is the genius who gave us F=MA, force equals mass times acceleration and that is absolutely true. But Isaac Newton is also the fellow who gave us a very erroneous concept of gravity. And the way this happened is that as Isaac sat and watched the apple fall, he made the very same mistake as us seeing the clouds going past the tall building or the car beside us moving forward when we are actually moving backwards. And the real reason this happened is because Isaac did not realize that our universe and human beings are far more electrical than we have come to realize. Because when Isaac saw his apple fall to the ground that was the only choice that he thought be possibly be happening, he could have never really considered the fact that the apple was floating in space and that all mass in the universe is expanding. It maybe hard to believe but it's absolutely true, this young lady when she dives off a diving platform, she does not fall to earth, she begins floating in space and what we think is her falling is actually all mass in the universe expanding. Because according to Newton’s absolutely true F=MA, there is no mass force acting upon that lady to cause her to fall to the earth. There must be a mass force on anything to cause it to move in the universe and history is now repeating itself from the time Galileo tried to explain to people that the earth is not a flat piece of mass floating in the universe. It was only a few hundred years ago that man thought that if you traveled far enough to the distance you would fall off the edge of the earth. But Galileo came along and said no, the earth is a round piece of mass floating in space. Whether that lady dives off a platform that is only ten meters above the earth or one that is ten kilometers above the earth is exactly the same. There is absolutely no difference on both of those diving platforms, that woman is simply floating in space, the only real difference is that it only takes longer for the expansion acceleration of mass to reach her when she is only ten meters above the earth. But in both cases, she is simply floating in space and the reason that this is difficult for us to comprehend is because we don’t realize that gravity is the expansion acceleration of the earth and all mass in the universe and this is only really possible when we come to understand that our universe and human beings are far more electrical than we have to realize. Because we would far rather believe that something is falling rather than simply floating in space and that other mass is expanding against that object that is floating in space but you can rest assure that mathematics cannot lie and this truth of gravity and falling has already been proven via mathematics. So don’t be like those fools who honestly thought the earth was flat, a flat piece of mass floating in space because absolutely the earth is not flat and absolutely things do not fall. Things float in space, things are pushed by a mass force, and unless that mass force is directly pushing that downwards, they do not fall. But gravity, the expansion acceleration of all mass in the universe moves against things to make them look like they are falling. Make sure to follow up your studies at Einsteingravity.com.